"Now Google Home can perform up to three queries at a time, so you can get more done".
To gain access users need to make sure their Google Home device is updated with the latest firmware.
If a user wanted to turn off lights in multiple rooms, they would have had to say something like "turn off the lights in the bedroom and turn off the lights in the living room". 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).
Also, this capability appears to extend to actions, too. However, the tweet has been deleted, possibly indicating the feature is not quite ready and may take some time before the official re-announcement.
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Multiple commands have been supported on Google Home for a few months now, but the support is relatively limited.
However, Google promises that more languages will be supported in time.
The feature works by combining voice queries with the word "and" in between them, to separate the different requests. It isn't live just yet for everyone, but essentially this just makes multiple commands more natural to say.
According to Google, the feature is now rolling out in English-speaking countries, including the US, UK, Canada, and Australia. I tested it with several commands for my smart home and I was able to get it to work for two lights (I don't have light groups), one light + one A/C unit, and one light + one scene (Harmony through SmartThings).