Let me show you what I'm talking about:
What you need:
Basicly you need to set up a notification using AutoNotification (You can use this tutorial to set up a notification if you do not know how).
- You have to use Buttons for the actions, as only these will be visible and usable on the watch.
- Do NOT select "Persistent" mode, else the notification will not show up on the watch
- You have to select a sound for the notification, else the notification will not show up on the watch
- Do NOT select "Dismiss on Touch", else the notification can only be used once
Create the necessary profiles and tasks for each button (as shown in the tutorial). I have one button to start my task and one to dismiss the notification.
This being done you can now run the task to open the notification. The notification will show up on your watch and you can launch the actions you set for each button. If you don't want to use AutoVoice profiles, you're done here
If you do though (like me) in order to (for example) start more tasks using only your voice (useful for home automation) continue reading.
Setup AutoVoice profiles in tasker (you can use this tutorial if you don't know how) for each voice command you want to use. Then create a task to launch AutoVoice recognition. Set this task as the task that will be executed when you press the button you created above. Done, you can now use your watch to start AutoVoice recognition and execute any task you want by voice.
A notification with 2 buttons: The first one opens AutoVoice recognition on my N5 so that I can say for example "Turn the lights on". The second one deletes the notification when I don't need it anymore.
I have seperate Tasker profiles with AutoVoice to start several home automation commands (control my lights, pc, etc).
That's it, it's really not that complicated.
I hope this was useful, as soon as the Google Now API Xposed Module will be updated, you can also start tasks from your watch directly by voice without the need of this notification. But until then this is a good alternative, in my opinion at least