🌈 No need for FOMO this Pride thanks to Google

“OK Google, what is the Pride In London parade route?”



Pride in London is nearly here and here at DIVA HQ, we can't wait...


To make sure that you don’t miss out on any of the action, Google have got you covered by creating a very simple solution to banish any unwanted FOMO.



All you need to do is ask, “OK Google, what is the London Pride parade route?” and the Google Assistant will provide a link for you to view the route on Google Maps - and best of all? It’ll be highlighted in rainbow. How cool is that?!


An events page will also appear which lists details on the Pride In London parade including float times and Pride related articles.



On top of that, if you are struggling to decide where to eat, drink, party or don’t know where the perfect parade viewing spot is, just ask Google to speak directly to London-based and focused magazine, Time Out London.


You can ask any questions you might have about Pride and the Assistant will produce answers directly from Time Out’s editorial content.


To help you out, we’ve listed some examples below:


🌈 Ask Time Out, what are the best Pride after parties?

🌈 Ask Time Out, where is the best place to eat during Pride?

🌈 Ask Time Out, where are the best places to see the parade?

🌈 Ask Time Out, where are the best places to see the parade?​



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