There’s no doubt that Amazon Alexa has a lot of skills—more than 10,000, to be precise But how can you sort through the massive library of Alexa skills to find the ones that are actually useful?
Most users repeat a few standard skills frequently: asking about the weather, playing music, setting timers, and adding to your shopping list are a few common Alexa commands that are easy to remember. Beyond these skills, it can be difficult to remember what else is available. You can’t exactly sit down and memorize all 10,000 skills.
Print Out the Best Amazon Alexa Commands and Put it by Your Device
Instead of only using a handful of commands, or fumbling through Alexa saying “hmm, I’m not sure what you mean by that,” why not keep a helpful list handy? The folks over at Smart Home Solver put together a printable-sized infographic with 100 helpful Alexa skills.
The infographic is categorized for quick reference. Whether you ask for movie showtimes, kitchen conversions, white noise for nap time, or upcoming events in your town, there are plenty of skills that can make life easier and help you get the most out of your Alexa device. There is even a kids’ section for entertaining your little ones.
Of course, this isn’t a complete list. A few of my favorite skills not listed are productivity skills like scheduling appointments and sending emails. I would also add messaging tasks to the list, since you can use Amazon Alexa to text your contacts.
What skills would you add that are missing from the list? Let me know in the comments below!
And now, without further ado, here’s your very own copy of 100 Best Alexa Skills (voice commands) to print out and paste in a convenient spot near your echo device.
There’s plenty more where that came from, so stay tuned for more nuggets like this one. A big thanks to Smart Home Solver for their contribution!
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