How to Enable Google Assistant on Your Chromebook – Chrome OS has a hidden feature that lets you use Google Assistant on your Chromebook. It’s tucked away as an experimental feature on the Flags page, and when enabled, lets you take advantage of Google Assistant directly from the desktop.
When you enable anything from chrome://flags, you’re using experimental features that haven’t been tested on all devices and could misbehave. Although Assistant is enabled, you can potentially run into a few bugs along the way, so be careful when playing around with some of these flags.
How to Enable Google Assistant
Fire up Chrome, paste
chrome://flags/#enable-native-google-assistant into the Omnibox, and hit “Enter” to go directly to the Google Assistant flag.
Note: Google Assistant isn’t available on all devices yet, though it’s scheduled to be enabled on all Chromebooks with the release of Chrome version 77. If you don’t see the flag, check to make sure you’re running the latest version of Chrome OS, update your system (if necessary), and then return to the flags page.