How to create a card for sports?Support


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  1. hal1

    hal1 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Does it just learn on it's own or can I create a card for sports? I check the white sox games regularly. I can open the card for sports but it doesn't let me edit teams it's grayed out.
     

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  2. StreakTheQuad

    StreakTheQuad Well-Known Member

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    Do a couple voice searches for them. It takes a while but Now figures it out eventually.
     
  3. hal1

    hal1 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    At least 3 times a day I voice "white sox score" or "when is the next white sox game" and it speaks back to me the latest score, or speaks "the white sox are playing the texas rangers at 5:05" - I think that's so cool. But no card created yet
     
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    Does Google have access to your Web History? If not, then, you won't get any updates.
     
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  5. wysts43

    wysts43 Well-Known Member

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    Make sure you go to

    www.google.com/history/

    and verify that your web history is turned on. It took my Google Now cards awhile to learn that I am a Braves fan! Also, keep asking for scores and when they play next... those type things.
     
  6. hal1

    hal1 Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    Ding Ding Ding. Thanks. I can do this from my pc, right? It doesn't have to be done from my N7? because doesn't google always knows who I am, where I go, what I eat, when I sleep, who I date, how I vote.....
     
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    Yes, you can do it from your PC.
     

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