AutoVoice: don't end conversation and set the whole next command as variable

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  1. capstan

    capstan Member

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    Hi,

    it's me again, the guy with a lot of questions and ideas ;)
    For refining this Project: http://forum.joaoapps.com/index.php...-whatsapp-messages-with-your-google-home.315/ I was thinking about splitting the command in 2 parts, because sometimes saying the whole command with a long message would be hard (people maybe need thinking :D )

    It could work like this obviously:
    command 1: "send message to X" -> saves X
    answer 1: "okay, message to X. Say "write" and then dictate your message"
    command 2: "write I'm home yet"
    answer 2: "okay. Writing message I'm home yet. Do you want to send it?"
    ...

    But it would be way cooler like this:
    command 1 : "send message to X" -> saves X
    answer 1: "okay, message to X. What's the message?"
    command 2: "I'm home yet"
    ...


    I was thinking that (UI-wise), you could add a option, that a) doesn't end the conversation when command 1 is recognized (available yet) and b) knows that the next command needs to be set as a variable and it has to give the same response/trigger the same Task independetly from the content of the command.
    So for the next recorded command it won't search for a pattern (like "write X") and execute the corresponding Response+Task , but it will already know what to do independently from what's said, because it was defined before.

    That feature would be insane!
    I hope everyone can understand what I'm trying to say ;)

    Best
    Eric
     
  2. capstan

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    No love for my idea?
     
  3. Fabi

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    Dear Dev,

    I would love this feature, too!
     

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