Example , type in the search:
And google creates a timer on the web page, with customizable options, including
Try it out!
EDIT: (October 8th 2013): It appears this has stopped working. Scumbag Google
Hi, I have been trying to enter data into google sheets and I have run into some problems. The data is in "stopwatch" time, like 5:34.24 for 5 minutes, 34 seconds, and 24 milliseconds.
Most of the time, google sheets will revert to clock time, 12:05:34AM as the above example.
I have got stopwatch time to work by entering [h]:mm:ss into the custom number format. This would show 0:05:34 as the example.
I would like to change two things, but I don't know how:
Is there a solution for this?
My google home mini finally has a stopwatch feature after contacting google multiple times, which it didn't have until recently. I want to know when this update was released?????
This works now. I could have sworn I tried it last month to no avail. Either that or I'm completely mistaken.
Can anyone use google assistant with the stopwatch?
Mine says this device can't run a stopwatch yet. On OP7Pro A10
Sorry, Stopwatch is not yet supported. Siri has been doing this for years. How has Google assistant not been able to do this? Am I missing something? Doing it wrong? I recently switched to Android and am really surprised this doesn't work.
Is there any way to start a stopwatch with Google Assistant? I know it can start timers (counting down) but I haven't found a command to get it to start a stopwatch (counting up)
Yes, I know you can download apps from Play but that's beside the point. I have yet to find a timer app that works the way I would like it to. (the iphone one was perfectly fine for me) Why aren't such basic features included?
As an example, I have a 3rd party timer I use but it doesn't work with Google Now when I say "set timer for XX minutes", instead the Gnex sets a 1 time alarm with the title 'timer' to go off in XX minutes. After a while, I have a series of all these 1 time alarms at odd times that I have to delete 1 by 1. This just seems like such a simple addition and a strange philosophy to building an OS.
There are many little things like this here and there that are souring me on the Android experience, such as the random app that fails to close properly and kills my battery life despite me using the back button to back out of the app. And the fact that if I've done lots of actions in an app like a browser, I can be pressing the back button countless times in order to close the app properly. (yes I know I can press home, then go to the recent apps screen and swipe away the app but this too, is a clunky way to close an app).
I guess I'm just ranting a bit and looking for advice to deal with the issues if there are any.
I hope you guys enjoy the info! I tried to include every thing someone might wonder about android wear. Basically every little detail. Also coming soon, a comparison between Samsung's heart rate monitor app, and android fits built in one. :)