Each request to Alexa appears on what is in effect a card. What you need to do
is flick right till you find More'. Double tap and you will have a screen with
your options. Flick right and you will find "remove card". Double tap and the
card will disappear. You can also give feedback on this screen.
On 5 Oct 2016, at 2:05 pm, Jackie Brown <jackieannbrown62@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Thanks to those who have responded with differing experiences. I am using
an iPhone 6 with the latest iOS release.
Has anyone used the Android version and, if so, what is your experience?
I like it as a speaker, but the app isn't great for me, and I can't seem to
delete any searches or requests I ask Alexa for. Is this possible?
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Subject: [access-uk] Re: Alexa questions
I am not finding this at all. I am able to jump from item to item on the
menu without having to close down the app. We have two Audible libraries
connected to our Echo and I can jump between them and play books from them.
I have had no problems in say jumping from Shopping List to Music to Books.
It is slightly confusing that the button or whatever it is that you need to
tap is spoken with the words "link image". The secret is to to double-tap
this twice, once to get out of the tab and once again to get into the tab
menu. I don't think the app is quite as bad as you are finding. It's just a
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