Your Amazon Echo can finally recognize and differentiate voices from different household members. Here’s how to set it up in the Alexa app on your phone.
This has been a feature on the Google Home for quite some time, but it’s now finally available to Echo users. This will allow multiple family members to use the Echo for a more personalized experience. So if you ask Alexa when your next appointment is, she’ll know who’s asking, and look on your calendar. If your spouse asks the same questions, Alexa will look on their calendar.
That’s just an example, of course, and there are many other things that Alexa can personalize with this new feature, including music playlists, calling and messaging, and flash briefings. Here’s how to set it up. Keep in mind that each member of your household will need to follow the steps below in…
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