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Only tried one phone but definitely two voices.
Jerry
· 13 June 2019
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The Plus does have some unique capabilities. It can directly control Philips Hue lights, without the need for the Philips Hue Bridge, which other smart home hubs need to piggyback off of. (Amazon is even giving Echo Plus buyers a free Hue light bulb to get them started.) It makes setting up a new smart home gadget incr… see more The Plus does have some unique capabilities. It can directly control Philips Hue lights, without the need for the Philips Hue Bridge, which other smart home hubs need to piggyback off of. (Amazon is even giving Echo Plus buyers a free Hue light bulb to get them started.) It makes setting up a new smart home gadget incredibly easy, too: just say “Alexa, discover devices” and the Plus will instantly scan for new gadgets and add them to the smart home section of the Alexa app, where you can rename them and add them to rooms or groups. See less The Plus does have some unique capabilities. It can directly control Philips Hue lights, without the need for the Philips Hue Bridge, which other smart home hubs need to piggyback off of. (Amazon is even giving Echo Plus buyers a free Hue light bulb to get them started.) It makes setting up a new smart home gadget incredibly easy, too: just say “Alexa, discover devices” and the Plus will instantly scan for new gadgets and add them to the smart home section of the Alexa app, where you can rename them and add them to rooms or groups.
anni
· 24 February 2019
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If you are interested in Alexa knowing what temperature is at a specific sensor, all you need is to add the thermostat capability to the DTH. So yes, it’s possible to have Alexa discover your sensors but requires modifying a few line of codes in the DTH. Only temperature is currently supported by Alexa natively. Exposi… see more If you are interested in Alexa knowing what temperature is at a specific sensor, all you need is to add the thermostat capability to the DTH. So yes, it’s possible to have Alexa discover your sensors but requires modifying a few line of codes in the DTH. Only temperature is currently supported by Alexa natively. Exposing other capabilities can be done via a custom Alexa integration, such as this awesome app.

you could also look at alexa apps because she has many and some are great some are poorly designed but know that they are made by third parties

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If you are interested in Alexa knowing what temperature is at a specific sensor, all you need is to add the thermostat capability to the DTH. So yes, it’s possible to have Alexa discover your sensors but requires modifying a few line of codes in the DTH. Only temperature is currently supported by Alexa natively. Exposing other capabilities can be done via a custom Alexa integration, such as this awesome app.

you could also look at alexa apps because she has many and some are great some are poorly designed but know that they are made by third parties

hope this helps

Nick
· 1 February 2019
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Yes
Luke…
· 13 January 2019
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I don't know. Does Amazon Prime have a presence there?
Robyn Daly
· 16 July 2019
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Many FaceBook users have thanked me for mentioning the largest independent English-speaking Alexa support group, where you can can get ideas and benefit from the combined experience of 35,000+ members: UK Alexa Help & Support - www.facebook.com/groups/alexafansuk
Michael Baldwin Bruce
· 22 August 2019
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Yes, use echo input to connect any speaker system to it
Dr Jeff N Lowe
· 19 April 2019
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Sorry never used it
Jerry
· 13 June 2019
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Many FaceBook users have thanked me for mentioning the largest independent English-speaking Alexa support group, where you can can get ideas and benefit from the combined experience of 35,000+ members: UK Alexa Help & Support - www.facebook.com/groups/alexafansuk
Michael Baldwin Bruce
· 22 August 2019
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Many FaceBook users have thanked me for mentioning the largest independent English-speaking Alexa support group, where you can can get ideas and benefit from the combined experience of 35,000+ members: UK Alexa Help & Support - www.facebook.com/groups/alexafansuk
Michael Baldwin Bruce
· 22 August 2019