When you first set up Alexa and try asking it random questions, you quickly realize that it can’t answer any question that pops into your head. Users need to carefully word their Alexa commands to make sure they are processed correctly— otherwise, they will get frustrated with Alexa saying “I’m not sure what you mean by that.”
One of the best ways to use Alexa is to print off a list of helpful skills and keep it near your device. This will help you phrase your commands perfectly to improve your experience, while also broadening the skills you use and making Alexa generally more helpful.
This new list of 100 Alexa skills is sized for easy printing. At the very least, you may want to bookmark it and try some of the skills later. There are plenty of little-known skills on this list that could help you get more out of your device.
What are your favorite Alexa skills? Let us know in the comments below!
from GadgTecs http://bit.ly/2o8Dc4g