Amazon is revealing a refresh to Alexa today that will bring two or three basic new elements that presumably should’ve been incorporated when it launched two years back. Updates and named clocks are both taking off today, enhancing Alexa’s helpfulness in your day by day schedule.
You can now say “Alexa, remind me to take out the waste at 6PM,” and it will advise you at the best possible time. Alexa still needs setting for AM/PM updates and alerts (dissimilar to Siri and Google Assistant), which is effectively irritating, so bear in mind the contraction.
Much the same as cautions, updates are fixing to the gadget you set them on, so don’t hope to set an update in your office and hear it on the Echo in your kitchen at this time. Furthermore, there isn’t an approach to match up updates with outsider administrations like Todoist, so in the event that you as of now have a rundown of updates, you’ll need to physically add them to your Alexa.
Alexa now underpins named clocks also, which will prove to be useful in the occasion that you’re cooking different dishes. You can likewise check how much time is left on a specific clock by saying “Alexa, how much time is left on my lasagna clock,” and it will tell you.
The new elements are taking off today in the US, and will be accessible in the UK and Germany in the coming weeks.