Roundup of every Alexa command you can give your Amazon Echo device now

Amazon ‘s digital voice assistant Alexa is ( literally ) about everywhere. What started with the first Amazon Echo fresh speaker has exploded into an entire ecosystem of Alexa-enabled smart gadgets. The scaled-down Amazon Echo Dot was the first of such young, but it was followed in time by the Echo Dot with Clock, the even more compact Echo Flex, the chunky Echo Studio and smart displays such as the Echo Show 10, Show 8, Show 5 and most recently, the Show 15 ( plus the cunning short moon-faced Echo Spot ). Alexa is baked into Amazon ‘s Fire Tablets and Fire television, plus ten thousand third-party products — from Bose to Samsung and more. then there ‘s the eccentric devices, those products where you would n’t expect a voice assistant to be hiding : echo Auto for your car, Echo Buds headphones, Echo Frames eyeglasses, the Echo Loop ring that puts Alexa on your feel, the Amazon Smart Oven microwave and Eero mesh Wi-Fi devices.

All of these devices put together make Alexa practically ineluctable — which is good, if you’re into that sort of thing. If a digital articulation assistant is going to be that omnipresent, you ‘d hope it comes in more than just a little piece handy, proper ? well, it is. Behold, the arrant number of commands you can give to Amazon ‘s Alexa ( for now ). Read also: 5 creative uses for your Amazon Echo that go beyond the basics

Summoning Alexa

By default, Amazon ‘s connected speakers all have the same aftermath parole. To queue up a request, just say, “ Alexa. ” You can change the wake word to something else if, say, your own appoint is Alexa, or you ‘d good prefer an alternative. You can besides trigger your ache adjunct with Amazon, Echo or Computer. To change it, in the Alexa app go to Settings then Device Settings then select the Echo device you ‘d like to change the wake give voice on ( you have to change each device ‘s settings individually ). If you have an Amazon Tap, Dash Wand or the Amazon Fire television voice outback, you ‘ll need to press a button to wake Alexa. Amazon updated the Tap with a hands-free mode that you must enable in the settings. The only inflame discussion available to the Amazon Tap is Alexa. There ‘s besides a have called Follow-Up Mode that makes it easier and faster to issue multiple commands to Alexa without having to keep repeating the inflame password, if you enable it. When you do, Alexa will continue to listen for another command after it ‘s completed your first request. You can keep issuing more commands until you’re done or you say “ stop. ” Amazon has besides built on this a multiple commands sport by allowing you to string two relate commands into one. You can say something like, “ Alexa, play tribe music at book six, ” or “ Alexa, add bread, milk and eggs to my shopping list. ” Read more: Best chic displays for 2022echo-show-15-media-1 amazon

Other places you can access Alexa

While the most obvious or lifelike manner to use Alexa may be through an Echo speaker from Amazon, it ‘s not the entirely means you can call up Amazon ‘s digital assistant. In fact, there are more and more ways to access Alexa being created all the time, and you do n’t even need any specialize devices. here are some of the most big ways to use Alexa with the devices you already have :

  • The Alexa app on iOSAndroid
  • The Amazon Shopping app
  • The Amazon Music app
  • Cortana on a Windows computer

You can enable the mobile apps to listen for Alexa when they ‘re overt ( this will, however, disable your earphone from listening for its native digital assistant ‘s aftermath word — i.e. “ Hey, Siri ” or “ Hey, Google ” wo n’t work while you have the Alexa app open ). otherwise, you can tap the Alexa picture to call up the adjunct. On an updated Windows calculator, you can summon Cortana and say, “ open Alexa. ” After the initial connection is made, saying this will queue up Amazon ‘s assistant through Cortana. Alexa Echo Auto allows you to connect your phone to Alexa in your cable car. Echo Auto is capable of carrying out many of the lapp commands and features as your home device, but with some restrictions ( it wo n’t unlock your doors, for exercise ). Read more: Best cheap Alexa devices for 2022

The complete list of Alexa commands

The tilt of Alexa commands is expansive and grows with every new serve or device it supports. Alexa is n’t perfect, but it ‘s pretty great at understanding natural linguistic process, so you do n’t constantly have to speak the commands precisely as you see them below. many commands work when give voice respective different ways or even with words omitted. When you consider the possible third-party commands through Skills — basically the apps of Amazon ‘s Alexa — the list goes on even further. To learn what individual skills are capable of, visit the skill ‘s page from the Amazon Alexa app or alexa.amazon.com. here are all the native Alexa commands .

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Basic Alexa commands

  • Ask for help: “Alexa, help.”
  • Mute or unmute: “Alexa, mute” or, “Alexa, unmute.”
  • Stop or pause: “Alexa, stop” or, “Alexa, shut up.”
  • Change volume: “Alexa, set the volume to 5,” “Alexa, louder” or “Alexa, turn up/down the volume.”

Coronavirus-related Alexa commands

  • Ask for coronavirus information: “Alexa, what is the coronavirus?”
  • Ask for coronavirus news updates: “Alexa, what’s the latest with the coronavirus?”
  • Ask for help timing your handwashing for 20 seconds: “Alexa, help me wash my hands.”

Alexa commands for Echo Show

The Echo Show and Echo Spot are the only Echo speakers with touch screen displays. This means you can tell them to show you things .

  • Ask for what the Echo Show can display: “Alexa, what can you show me?”
  • Show your calendar: “Alexa, show my calendar.”
  • Show pictures: “Alexa, show my photos” or, “Alexa, show me pictures of cats.”
  • View your cameras or other rooms: “Alexa, show the living room camera.”
  • View movie trailers: “Alexa, show me the trailer for It.”
  • Movie showtimes: “Alexa, show me movie showtimes.”
  • View the forecast: “Alexa, show me the weekend forecast.”
  • Play YouTube videos: “Alexa, show me travel videos on YouTube.”
  • Display recipes: “Alexa, show me a slow cooker recipe from Allrecipes.”
  • View your Flash Briefing: “Alexa, play my video Flash Briefing.”
  • See your timers: “Alexa, show me my timers.”
  • Open a visual skill: “Alexa, open Uber.”

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Alexa commands for Fire TV and Fire TV Stick

You can now use compatible Echo devices ( Echo, Echo Dot, Echo Look, Echo Show and Amazon Tap ) to control your Fire television and Fire television Sticks .

  • Control Fire TV: “Alexa, [pause, play, resume, stop, fast-forward, rewind] on Fire TV.”
  • Search movies or TV: “Alexa, search for [movie to TV show title] on Fire TV” or “Alexa, find [movie or TV show title] on Fire TV.”
  • Find work by a certain actor: “Alexa, show me titles with [actor] on Fire TV.”
  • Open apps: “Alexa, open [app name] on Fire TV” or “Alexa, launch [app name] on Fire TV.”
  • Return home: “Alexa, return home.”

Alexa commands for Fire TV Edition televisions

Amazon besides builds its Fire television operating system into televisions like the Element EL4KAMZ17 series. All of the commands above workplace on those excessively, in accession to a few TV-specific commands below .

  • Turn on or off the TV: “Alexa, turn on Fire TV” or “Alexa, turn off Fire TV.”
  • Change the volume of Fire TV: “Alexa, set the volume to [level] on Fire TV” or “Alexa, turn [up/down] the volume on Fire TV.”
  • Mute Fire TV: “Alexa, [mute/unmute] Fire TV.”
  • Change the channel when watching an antenna: “Alexa, go to [channel or network name] on Fire TV.”
  • Change inputs: “Alexa, switch to PlayStation on Fire TV” or “Alexa, switch to HDMI 1 on Fire TV.”
  • Open antenna program guide: “Alexa, open TV guide on Fire TV.”

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Alexa commands to control media

  • Adjust audio settings: “Alexa, set the bass to four.”
  • Play music: “Alexa, play some music.”
  • Play music on other (or multiple) Alexa devices: “Alexa, play [artist/album/song/genre] in the living room” or “Alexa, play [music] everywhere.”
  • Queue specific song or artist: “Alexa, play music by [artist].”
  • Play a song based on context: “Alexa, play the latest Avett Brothers album” or “Alexa, play that song that goes ‘Gotta gotta be down, because I want it all.'”
  • Play music based on a theme
  • Play the song of the day: “Alexa, play the song of the day.”
  • Play Spotify music: “Alexa, play on Spotify.”
  • Play Pandora station: “Alexa, play [artist] station on Pandora.”
  • Play a radio station: “Alexa, play [radio station call letters, example: WEBN].”
  • Play an audiobook: “Alexa, play [title] on Audible,” “Alexa, read [title]” or “Alexa, play the book, [title].”
  • Resume the last played audiobook: “Alexa, resume my book.”
  • Skip audiobook chapters: “Alexa, next chapter” or “Alexa, previous chapter.”
  • Play a bedtime story: “Alexa, open Storytime”
  • Listen to Alexa read you a Kindle book: “Alexa, read my Kindle book.”
  • Set a sleep timer: “Alexa set a sleep timer for 45 minutes” or “Alexa, stop playing in 45 minutes.”
  • Song information: “Alexa, what’s playing?”
  • Music controls: “Alexa, play” or “Alexa, next.”
  • Control music playback on another Alexa speaker: “Alexa, stop in the kitchen” or “Alexa, next in the office.”
  • Restart song: “Alexa, restart.”
  • Add a song to your Prime Music library: “Alexa, add this song.”
  • Create a playlist in Amazon Music: “Alexa, create a new playlist,” or “Alexa, create a ‘Friday Chill’ playlist.”
  • Add a song to a playlist in Amazon Music: “Alexa, add this song to my playlist,” or “Alexa, add this to my playlist.”
  • Like or dislike a song on Pandora and iHeartRadio: “Alexa, I like this song” or “Alexa, thumbs down.”
  • Start Amazon Music Unlimited trial: “Alexa, start my free trial of Amazon Music Unlimited.”
  • “Alexa, wake me up every day at 8 am to music” allows users to set their mornings off right with music from Pandora, Spotify, TuneIn, iHeartRadio and Vevo.

Alexa commands to control time and dates

  • Set an alarm: “Alexa, set an alarm for 7 a.m.” or “Alexa, wake me up at 7 in the morning.”
  • Set a music alarm: “Alexa, wake me up to [artist, song, genre, playlist or album] at 8 a.m.,” “Alexa, set an alarm to Band of Horses” or “Alexa, wake me up to Kiss FM on TuneIn.”
  • Set a repeating alarm: “Alexa, set a repeating alarm for weekdays at 7 a.m.”
  • Set a timer: “Alexa, timer” or “Alexa, set a timer for 15 minutes.”
  • Set a music timer: “Alexa, set a 15-minute timer to My Heart will Go On”
  • Create a named timer: “Alexa, set a pizza timer for 20 minutes.”
  • Set multiple timers: “Alexa, set a second timer for 5 minutes.”
  • Check timer status: “Alexa, how much time is left on the pizza timer?” or “Alexa, what are my timers?”
  • Cancel a timer: “Alexa, cancel the pizza timer” or “Alexa, cancel the 15-minute timer.”
  • Ask the time: “Alexa, what time is it?”
  • Ask the date: “Alexa, what’s the date?”
  • Ask when the next alarm is: “Alexa, when’s my next alarm?”
  • Cancel an alarm: “Alexa, cancel my alarm for 2 p.m.”
  • Snooze alarm: “Alexa, snooze.”
  • Check dates: “Alexa, when is [holiday] this year?”

Alexa commands for calls and messaging

You can make calls and leave voicemails to other Echo users, equally well as “ Drop In ” to your own echo devices, either to voice or video chat with whoever ‘s in the room ( or just to monitor the outer space like a security camera ). If you have an Android, you can send textbook messages with Alexa .

  • Call another Echo user: “Alexa, call [name].”
  • Answer an incoming call: “Alexa, answer the call” or “Alexa, answer.”
  • Hang up: “Alexa, hang up” or “Alexa, end the call.”
  • Message another Echo user: “Alexa, message [name]” or “Alexa, send [name] a message.”
  • Play messages: “Alexa, play messages.”
  • Send an SMS: “Alexa, send an SMS to [contact name],” or “Alexa, send an SMS.”
  • Use Drop In on one of your own devices: “Alexa, drop in on the living room.”
  • Drop In on another user (requires the other user to allow you to Drop In anytime): “Alexa, drop in on [name].”
  • Turn off the video during an ongoing call (only works with Echo Show): “Alexa, turn video off.”
  • Make an announcement: “Alexa, announce it’s dinner time,” “Alexa, broadcast it’s time to go” or “Alexa, tell everyone good night.”
  • Number check: “Alexa, open phone number check” → “tell me about 301-555-5555” or “please provide information about 301-555-5555.”

Alexa commands for purchasing

  • Reorder essentials from Amazon: “Alexa, buy more deodorant” or “Alexa, reorder deodorant.”
  • Track packages from Amazon: “Alexa, where’s my stuff?” or “Alexa, track my order.”
  • Order an Amazon Alexa device: “Alexa, order an Echo,” “Alexa, order an Echo Dot” or “Alexa, order an Amazon Tap.”
  • Add an item to your cart: “Alexa, add garbage bags to my cart.”
  • Order an Uber or Lyft with their skills: “Alexa, ask Uber to request a ride” or, “Alexa, ask Lyft for a ride.”
  • While listening to music in Amazon Music: “Alexa, buy this song” or “Alexa, buy this album.”
  • Find new music to purchase: “Alexa, shop for new music by [artist].”
  • Purchase a song or album from an artist: “Alexa, buy [song or album] by [artist].”
  • Ask about deals: “Alexa, what are your deals?”
  • For good recommendations on products, Alexa has you covered. Just say “Alexa, find me a good smartphone on Amazon,” and it will find products based on Amazon customer ratings and reviews.

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Alexa commands to control notifications

To turn on notifications, open the Alexa app and choose to Settings,   then  Notifications, then  Shopping Notifications and toggle it on. Your echo speakers will light up yellow when you have new notifications .

  • Check missed notifications: “Alexa, what did I miss?” “Alexa, read my notifications” or “Alexa, what are my notifications?”
  • Navigate through notifications: “Alexa, next” or, “Alexa, previous.”
  • Delete notifications: “Alexa, delete all of my notifications.”

Alexa commands for to-do and shopping lists

  • Add task to to-do list: “Alexa, add ‘go to the grocery store’ to my to-do list” or “Alexa, I need to make an appointment with the doctor.”
  • Create a new to-do item: “Alexa, create a to-do.”
  • Check calendar events: “Alexa, what’s on my calendar for tomorrow?”
  • Add an event to a calendar: “Alexa, add [event] to my calendar for [day] at [time]” or “Alexa, add an event to my calendar.”
  • Move a calendar event
  • Create a shopping list: “Alexa, add eggs to my shopping list” or “Alexa, I need to buy laundry detergent.”
  • Check your shopping list: “Alexa, what’s on my shopping list?”
  • Create a reminder: “Alexa, reminder” or “Alexa, remind me to check the oven in 5 minutes.”
  • Check on existing reminders: “Alexa, what are my reminders this weekend?” or “Alexa, what reminders do I have tomorrow?”
  • Donate money to your favorite charity by saying “Alexa, make a donation to American Cancer Institute Inc.” or any number of approved charities.
  • Want to check your American Express balance? Just say “Alexa, open Amex,” and look at your account.

Alexa commands for news and weather

  • Ask for your Flash Briefing
  • Add music news to your Flash Briefing: “Alexa, enable Today in Music.”
  • Check headlines: “Alexa, what’s in the news?”
  • Check weather: “Alexa, what’s the weather like?” or “Alexa, will it rain today?” You can also ask “Alexa, will I need an umbrella today?”
  • Get a weather forecast: “Alexa, what’s the weather going to be like this weekend?
  • Get traffic information: “Alexa, what’s my commute look like?” or “Alexa, what’s traffic like?”

Entertainment-related Alexa commands

  • Find movies in nearby theaters: “Alexa, what movies are playing?” or “Alexa, what action movies are playing tonight?”
  • Get information on movies playing: “Alexa, tell me about the movie [title].”
  • Get movie quotes: “Give me a [movie] quote.”
  • Get IMDb rating: “Alexa, what is the IMDb rating for [movie or TV show]?”
  • Get casting for a movie or show: “Alexa, who plays in [movie or TV show]?”
  • Find out who an actor is: “Alexa, who plays [character] in [movie or TV show]?”
  • Find an actor’s latest work: “Alexa, what is [actor]’s latest movie?”
  • Find out who sings a particular song: “Who sings the song [title]?”
  • Get the names of band members: “Who is in the band [name]?”
  • Get album information: “What year did [band] release [song or album]?”
  • Find popular music from an artist: “Alexa, what’s popular from [artist]?”
  • Sample music from an artist: “Alexa, sample songs by [artist].”
  • Find a particular album or song: “Alexa, find [song or album] by [artist].”

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Alexa commands for food and businesses

  • Get a recipe: “Alexa, how do you make chocolate chip cookies?”
  • Discover nearby restaurants: “Alexa, find me a nearby pizza restaurant” or “Alexa, what’s the nearest coffee shop?”
  • Get operating hours or a phone number for local businesses: “Alexa, find the address for Bank of America” or “Alexa, find business hours for Harris Teeter.”
  • Saying “Alexa, open Wine Finder” lets Alexa help you match the best vino with your meal. If you tell Alexa you’re eating shrimp, it will tell you the best wine.

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Alexa commands for help with math

  • Convert units: “Alexa, how many [units] are in [units]?”
  • Convert units: “Alexa, how many [units] are in 2 [units]?”
  • Basic math: “Alexa, what’s 5 plus 7?” or “Alexa, what’s 56 times 33?”
  • Advanced math: “Alexa, 70 factorial.” (Warning: Alexa will list numbers you didn’t know existed for about a minute.)

Alexa commands that can settle a score

  • Roll a die: “Alexa, roll a die” or, “Alexa, roll a 26-sided die.”
  • Flip a coin: “Alexa, flip a coin.”
  • Pick a number: “Alexa, pick a number between 1 and 50.”

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Alexa commands for help with definitions and spelling

  • Get the definition of a word: “Alexa, what’s the definition of [word]?”
  • Get the spelling of a word: “Alexa, how do you spell [word]?”

Sports-related Alexa commands

  • Check the results of a finished game: “Alexa, what was the score of the [team] game?”
  • Ask if a team won: “Alexa, did the [team] win?”
  • Ask when the next game is scheduled: “Alexa, when do the [team] play next?”
  • Find out the results of your favorite teams: “Alexa, give me my Sports Update.”
  • Get Fantasy Football update with the Yahoo Fantasy Football skill: “Alexa, ask Yahoo Fantasy Football for a score update” or “Alexa, ask Yahoo Fantasy Football if Colin Kaepernick is playing this week.”
  • Get league standings: “Alexa, what are the MLB standings?”

Alexa commands for Voicecast

  • Send current listening to a Fire tablet: “Alexa, send that to my Fire tablet.”
  • Send to a different profile’s Fire tablet: “Alexa, show this on [name]’s Fire tablet.”

Alexa commands for your smart home

Alexa can integrate with loads of fresh home platforms, such as SmartThings, Philips Hue, Wink, Insteon, Lutron, Belkin WeMo and many more. Some require you to enable skills, and some do n’t. here is a excerpt of the commands you can use for controlling your smart home, although there are dozens more .

  • Turn lights on or off: “Alexa, turn on the lights” or “Alexa, turn off the living room lights.”
  • Dim the lights: “Alexa, dim the lights to 50 percent.”
  • Change the color of the lights: “Alexa, make the living room lights red” or ” Alexa, turn the lights to soft white.”
  • Change the color temperature of the lights: “Alexa, make the kitchen lights a little warmer.”
  • Adjust temperature: “Alexa, raise the temperature 1 degree.”
  • Set temperature: “Alexa, set the temperature to 72.”
  • Lock your doors: “Alexa, lock my back door.”
  • Close your garage door: “Alexa, ask Garageio to close my garage.”
  • Discover smart home devices: “Alexa, discover my devices.”
  • Use IFTTT recipes: “Alexa, trigger [IFTTT recipe].”
  • Activate a scene (limited to Control4, Insteon, Lutron Caséta Wireless, Philips Hue, SmartThings and Wink): “Alexa, turn on Movie Time” or “Alexa, turn on Bedtime.”
  • Control GE appliances with the Geneva skill: “Alexa, tell Geneva to preheat my oven to 400 degrees” or “Alexa, ask Geneva if my laundry is dry.”
  • Locate a lost phone
  • Control the TV via Harmony hub
  • The Polk Command Bar
  • Saying “Alexa, run Away Mode” produces conversations to scare off any potential burglars.
  • Alexa Guard

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Use Alexa commands with Bluetooth

  • Pair a Bluetooth device: “Alexa, pair” or “Alexa, Bluetooth.”
  • Connect to a Bluetooth device: “Alexa, connect to my phone.”
  • Disconnect from a Bluetooth device: “Alexa, disconnect from my phone.”

Alexa commands for profiles and user accounts

  • Switch profiles: “Alexa, switch accounts.”
  • Check which profile is active: “Alexa, which profile is this?”

Use Alexa commands with Skills

Skills are third-party applications for Alexa speakers. They allow you to connect third-party software and hardware to your speaker, arsenic well as play games and add unlike news sources to your Flash Briefing. primitively, they had to be enabled before you could use them, but Amazon has since made that summons automatic ( merely ask for the Skill and it will enable when it ‘s used ) .

  • Use a skill: “Alexa, open Earplay.”
  • Find kid’s skills: “Alexa, what kid’s skills do you have?
  • Enable skills: “Alexa, enable Jeopardy!”
  • Disable skills: “Alexa, disable Domino’s.”
  • Bartender skill gives you access to more than 12,000 cocktail recipes: “Alexa, open the bartender.”

Use Alexa commands with Cortana

Microsoft ‘s Cortana is available as a skill — but quite than just being a skill, it opens the door to a completely branch digital assistant through your Alexa speakers. once you ‘ve added the skill, enabled permissions and connected your Microsoft and Amazon accounts, fair say, “ Alexa, open Cortana. ” When you’re speaking to Cortana you can check your emails, ask for the following event on your calendar or add items to your disturbance number. For immediately, the Cortana skill is limited because it ‘s a public preview of what the full consolidation will be in the future .

Search using Alexa commands 

  • Get Wikipedia information: “Alexa, Wikipedia: [subject].”
  • Tell Alexa to continue reading a Wikipedia entry: “Alexa, tell me more.”
  • Ask a general question: “Alexa, how tall is [person or object’s name]?”
  • Ask Quora a question: “Alexa, ask Quora if Crustaceans feel pain when you boil them.”
  • Get a Game of Thrones quote: “Alexa, give me a Game of Thrones quote.”
  • Whether it’s a bull or a bear market, users can check their stock values by saying “Alexa, ask Opening Bell for Microsoft” (or any other publicly traded company).

Holiday-related Alexa commands

  • Find out when a holiday is: “Alexa, when is [holiday]?”
  • Holiday limerick: “Alexa, tell me a holiday limerick.”
  • Learn about a holiday: “Alexa, why do we celebrate [holiday]?”
  • Ask about Santa: “Alexa, how old is Santa Claus?” “Alexa, is Santa Claus real?” or “Alexa, where does Santa Claus live?”
  • Ask about Santa’s reindeer: “Alexa, who’s your favorite reindeer?” “Alexa, what can you tell me about Santa’s reindeer?” or “Alexa, what do you know about Rudolph the red-nosed reindeer?”
  • Track Santa: “Alexa, where is Santa?” or “Alexa, track Santa.”
  • Sing a Christmas carol: “Alexa, sing a Christmas carol.”
  • Have Alexa read “The Night Before Christmas”: “Alexa, read “The Night Before Christmas.”
  • Spin the dreidel: “Alexa, spin the dreidel.”
  • Ask for holiday jokes: “Alexa, open my gift,” “Alexa, how ugly is your/my holiday sweater?” or “Alexa, tell me a snowman joke.”
  • Ask for holiday movies?: “Alexa, what’s your favorite holiday movie?” or “Alexa, what are the top holiday movies?” 

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Easter eggs for your Amazon Echo

Alexa comes chockablock of Easter eggs and jokes — the list is hanker. We cover the strange global of Alexa Easter eggs here, noting some of the more popular or outstanding commands that prompt a snarky or humorous reaction.

  • “Alexa, give me an Easter egg.”
  • “Alexa, good morning.”
  • “Alexa, tell me a joke.”
  • “Alexa, beam me up.”
  • “Alexa, set phasers to kill.”
  • “Alexa. Tea. Earl Grey. Hot.”
  • “Alexa, my name is Inigo Montoya.”
  • “Alexa, I want the truth.”
  • “Alexa, party on, Wayne.”
  • “Alexa, show me the money.”
  • “Alexa, what’s the first (or second) rule of Fight Club?”
  • “Alexa, surely you can’t be serious.”
  • “Alexa, are you SkyNet?”
  • “Alexa, party time!”
  • “Alexa, open the pod bay doors.”
  • “Alexa, when am I going to die?”
  • “Alexa, what is your quest?”
  • “Alexa, nice to see you, to see you…”
  • “Alexa, don’t mention the war.”
  • “Alexa, this is a dead parrot.”
  • “Alexa, what is your cunning plan?”

For even more, check out this Reddit string dedicated to Alexa Easter eggs. This story is sporadically updated .

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