--- Comment #1 from Owen Leonard <[hidden email]> ---
In what way does Google Assistant/Voice command work with other web sites but
not with Koha? I'm having trouble understanding the context of this request.
--- Comment #2 from Viral <[hidden email]> ---
Thanks for your comment. Usually, we give input into OPAC for searching items,
if we can automate the search input through voice command it will help a lot.
Means, user do not need to type the book details. Additionally, if Google
Assistant has configured properly, it will work to search Multilingual books.
Google Assistant does provide regional language support and at present Google
Assistant is available in English, French, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Italian,
Japanese, Korean, Portuguese (Brazilian), Spanish, Swedish, and Vietnamese and
more languages are coming soon.
Now hypothetically, if we have books details in Indonesian language(bahasa
Indonesia) and library staff catalogued the books into bahasa Indonesia with
UTF font, then by taking input from Google Assistant we can generate the
searching string in bahasa Indonesia. It will be very much helpful to the
people who are having less typing skills for Non-English language. It may also
going to help visually challenged users.
Looking into Koha, it gives UTF font support for all the languages, so my idea
is if we can take search input from Google Assistant and insert it into OPAC
search box as string and then make a search it may get work out.