Multiple commands have been supported on Google Home for a few months now, but the support is relatively limited. But, you'll only initially be able to make use of it in predominantly English-speaking territories, including the US, UK, Canada and Australia.
The Google Home just got a little better at multitasking. This functionality is now expanding to three commands, Google announced on its Made By Google Twitter page (Update: the Tweet has since been removed for unknown reasons). For some, this was down to a language issue, or being in the wrong country.
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In November, Google Home gained the ability to multitask with added support for a feature called "multiple queries", which allows you to combine two requests into one voice command. That lead to unnatural sentences like "turn on the lights in the living room and turn on the lights in the kitchen". For example, you had to say "turn on my living room TV and turn on my Living room light".
To begin using multiple queries with Google Home, first update your device to the latest firmware using the Google Home app on your smartphone.