In the name of my dear friend Alexa, welcome to the 5th and last part of the detailed guide of Amazon Echo Dot 3 ( AED3).
In Part 4 we did see how to setup your calendar and add all your events instantly using voice commands. That is the future of tech, we all will prefer more voice commands simply because more and more we are getting too much to do in less time and we always want to prioritize the fastest route to get the task done.
Up to now we have only seen configurations on your Amazon Echo Dot 3 ( AED3). Also we left a vocabulary list for you to get the basics of your device. Today we will focus on how to learn different things with Alexa.
Learning with AED3 can be seen from a 2 angles perspective: the first one is from a developer point of view. I refer to the people who create skills so that alexa can teach you or do the things you want. A great resources to get started on how to create skills for Alexa, if you are a developer, is this link. The other perspective is for those who only need to use those skills. In this tutorial we will share the voice commands that are already setup and you just need to use them. In case you want to install a specific skill just go to your Alexa App > Menu > Skills and follow the instructions.
Voice commands you can use now to learn different things on your AED3 - Practice them everyday until your know the language of Alexa.
- Alexa, How do you spell Psychology?
- Alexa, how do you say Psychology in Chinese?
- Alexa, why is the sky blue ?
- Alexa how do you cook eggs ?
- Alexa, what is the distance from New York to Hong Kong
- Alexa, what is 12% of 500 ?
- Alexa, how many miles in 12 kilometers
- Alexa, who is Steve Jobs ?
- Alexa, how many hours in a month ?
- Alexa, how did you get your name?
- Alexa, tell me about Mars?
- Alexa, how is the stock market doing?
- Alexa, what’s on your mind?
- Alexa, when does fall begin?
- Alexa, will it rain tomorrow?
- Alexa, how is the weather for tomorrow?
- Alexa, play technology podcast?
- Alexa, what’s the restaurant nearby?
- Alexa, how is traffic now?
- Alexa, translate into Japanese
That is it for the last part of this detailed guide. I hope you have learned the basics to make your journey with Alexa a positive one as it is for me. To receive other tips and tricks on how to get the most out of Alexa please enter your name and email and press subscribe. Remember you can buy your device here (less than 50 $US) in case you have not bought one yet or want to upgrade to 3rd generation. Leave us your comments or questions and we will be happy to provide feedback.
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