The Google Assistant will soon be on the receiving end of a new update which will enable its users to use certain words so as to interact with the assistant without there being the need for saying the \u201cHey Google\u201d voice activation command. In accordance with what the latest reports suggest, the search engine giant is indeed working on \u201cQuick Phrases\u201d feature, which has in fact been spotted on a Google Pixel 3 XL which happened to have been running the Android 12 Beta. As of right now, it isn\u2019t quite known whether or not Android 12 is an actual requirement for this new feature. Regardless of the requirement argument, the Quick Phrases feature needs to be activated in the Assistant settings. After it is indeed turned on, the assistant would listen to certain phrases \u2013 all depending on what situation it finds itself in. Also Read: Google\u2019s Foldable Device For example, users would actually be able to turn off an alarm simple by saying \u201cstop\u201d or \u201csnooze\u201d. This would be done without there being the need for saying \u201cHey Google\u201d first. In a much similar vein then, you will also have the opportunity to answer calls just by saying \u201cAnswer\u201d or reject a call by saying \u201cDecline.\u201d Other reports have also gone as far as giving out a list of other and similar commands that are also believed to be a part of these quick phrases. This includes command such as \u201cCancel the alarm,\u201d \u201csend a broadcast\u201d etc etc. Many people found the requirement saying \u201cHey Google\u201d first a tad bit annoying, so this new feature does indeed make a lot more sense. Not only this, but it is also likely to persuade more people to actually make use of the Google assistant, because the use is now simpler than before. So we shouldn\u2019t at all be surprised if the use of the Google Assistant gets more and more as time now progresses.