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Using Evernote Premium on Android Nougat. 
What are the command /verbs that are supported (as of early 2018)? (I've been hunting the web for days) 
 

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Hi.  I believe that's a Google question rather than an Evernote one.  Google Assistant can access (AFAIK) any app on your device and activate (some of?) it's features without going through the keyboard.  If you check the suggested protocols for the Assistant,  you should be able to at least open Evernote and maybe search for notes or take a verbal note.  Evernote isn't (again,  AFAIK) set up specially to support this - Google-fu drives the process.

Here's some related suggestions... https://www.computerworld.com/article/3237247/software-productivity/google-assistant-list.html

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2 hours ago, Lord Bear said:

Using Evernote Premium on Android Nougat. 
What are the command /verbs that are supported (as of early 2018)? (I've been hunting the web for days) 

I wasn't aware Evernote had any support for Google Assistant.
Possibly you could use an intermediate service; for example    Google Assistant > IFTTT > Evernote

There's documentation at
https://ifttt.com/google_assistant
https://ifttt.com/evernote
Scroll to the bottom of these pages and you'll see a link for Triggers and Actions

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7 hours ago, gazumped said:

Hi.  I believe that's a Google question rather than an Evernote one.  Google Assistant can access (AFAIK) any app on your device and activate (some of?) it's features without going through the keyboard.  If you check the suggested protocols for the Assistant,  you should be able to at least open Evernote and maybe search for notes or take a verbal note.  Evernote isn't (again,  AFAIK) set up specially to support this - Google-fu drives the process.

Here's some related suggestions... https://www.computerworld.com/article/3237247/software-productivity/google-assistant-list.html

I'd say both. As I understand it, Evernote would have to work with Google and their Assistant API to empower GA with more than simplest commands that Google natively supports like "Open [Application Name]". 

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