You would now be able to ask Amazon Alexa to share your shopping list with friends or family — here’s how

You would now be able to ask Amazon Alexa to share your shopping list with friends or family — here’s how

Amazon on Tuesday reported that you would now be able to ask the Alexa voice assistant, through your telephone or an Amazon Echo, to share your shopping list with friends or family.

It’s especially helpful now, during the special seasons, in the event that you need to share your child’s gift list with somebody.

But at the same time it’s helpful if a relative is at the store and you need to make a quick list of things for them to get, or for individuals who may be vision impaired and need to make and share a list by voice.

Here’s the way to utilize Alexa to send a shopping list to someone.

Step by step instructions to share your shopping list with Amazon Alexa

  1. To start with, you need to make a shopping list.

2. You can do this in the Alexa application for iPhone or Android, tapping “more” and opening the “Lists & Notes” menu thing and adding things under “Shopping.” Or you can simply tell Alexa to add things to your list by saying “Alexa, add soap to my shopping list.”

3. Next, you share the list by opening the Alexa application and tapping the Alexa button on the highest point of the screen and afterward speaking “Alexa, share my shopping list.”

4. Alexa will ask who you need to share it to. At that point, talk the name of your friend or relative.

That is its essence. Your relative or companion will get a notification on their telephone and on their Amazon Echos alerting them you’ve shared the list. Furthermore, they’ll have the option to see it and purchase whatever you’ve mentioned.

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