The Actions console is the web-based tool used to develop Actions. The console is used to manage Action registration, deployment, configuration, and analytics.


Whether you're developing a way to voice control smart home devices or the next voice-driven game, the Actions console has the tools to build your Action. Create an Actions project and build your conversation using Dialogflow or the Actions SDK.

Want to build something specific? See documentation for the following categories:


When you've finished development of your Action, use Alpha and Beta channels to release your Action to groups of users for testing. After addressing feedback, submit your Action for review and publish it, making it available to Google Assistant users.


Once your Action gets users, check the usage analytics to see how it's doing. Expand your reach by including additional languages and locales.

1 Create an Actions project Start developing by setting up an Actions project.
2 Test your Action Use the Actions simulator to test your user's experience.
3 Publish your Action Publish your Action to make it accessible to Assistant users.
4 Measure how your Action is doing Check your Action's usage, health, discovery, and directory ananlytics.