Google provides many advanced features on the smartphones, such as “Google Lens Search” and “Use Screen Context”. In case, if we do not want to read the text on the page, the “Use Screen Context” feature can be used. This will read all the text on the page of the device screen.
This post will elaborate on the suitable steps to locate and apply the “Use Screen Context” option on the smartphone.
Finding the ‘Use Screen Context’ Option on Google Assistant
To utilize the ‘use screen context’ on the device, first, we have to enable the Google Voice Assistant and then turn on the use screen context. To do this operation, follow the below-described steps:
Step 1: Open Google Assistant Settings
At the home screen, long-press the Google Assistant app icon and then choose the “Settings” option.
Step 2: Enable Google Voice Assistant
Now, hit the “Hey Google and Voice Match” option and turn the switch on “Hey Google”.
Step 3: Activate the Use Screen Context Option
On the Google Assistant settings menu, hit the “General” tab and then select the “Use Screen Context” option. After that, enable the switch of the “Use text from screen” option:
Step 4: Utilizing Use Screen Context Option
Next, open the page on Google that we wanted to read, once reach the page then say “Hey Google” and again say “Read it”.
The Google Assistant will start reading the text on the device screen.
Two Effective Options for the Use of Screen Context
There are two amazing options that are provided by the “Use Screen Context” when we utilize it on a device. The first one is the “Start” and “Stop” option which is located in the middle button. This option will allow us to stop or start the reading process of the Google Assistant on the smartphone. The second one is speed which is located at the bottom right of the mobile phone screen. Simply, select it and then drag the slider to the left to slow the reading speed. Drag the slider to the right to increase the reading speed.
We have wrapped up all the details about finding the Use Screen Context option and the proper steps to utilize it on the smartphone.
To find the “Use Screen Context” option on Google Assistant, first, open the Assistant app settings and choose the “General” option. After that, tap on the “Use Screen Context” and then enable the “Use text from screen” option. To utilize this feature on the device, simply, open the page that we wanted to read and then say “Hey Google” to activate the Google Assistant. After that, say “Read it” and the Google Assistant will start reading the text on the device screen. We can also start/stop the Assistant by hitting the “small arrow” icon in the middle and we can also change the reading speed of the Assistant by tapping on the “1.0x” icon and dragging the slider left or right. This blog has illustrated the feasible steps to find and utilize the Use Screen Context mode on smartphones.