You can add skills to Alexa using the Alexa mobile app, the Amazon site on your computer, or even by voice command to the Alexa-enabled device.
Alexa can be taught skills like controlling the lights in your home to playing a certain genre of music to playing a game, and more.
Alexa can learn thousands of different skills that can customize your use of a device, leading to more efficiency, accuracy, and enjoyment.
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What would happen if you said to your Amazon Echo: “Alexa, open the ‘Wait Wait Quiz’!” Why, you’d hear the voice of NPR’s legendary Bill Curtis introducing the weekly quiz based off, wait wait… don’t tell me, the beloved weekly news game show heard on radio stations (and podcasts) across the country.
That is, that’s what would happen if you’d added the “Wait Wait Quiz” skill to Alexa.
From checking the drive time to your office to lowering the smart light bulbs in your bedroom or playing your favorite song or podcast, there are thousands upon thousands of “skills” you can add to your Alexa-enabled devices, like the Amazon Echo, creating a user experience customized just for you.
Alexa skills are not only convenient and fun, but also quite easy to add.
Here are the three ways to add skills to Alexa.
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How to add skills to Alexa using your computer
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