OK on the subject of playing radio stations…
I have no problem saying play for example abc five live etc, however the
station I work with, the Phoenix, has multiple possibilities in tuen in, so if
I say play the phoenix it plays whatever it matches to that name.
So, my question is, is there a way I can label a station to something unique
that the dot will recognise, or, any other work around I can use.
On 26 Dec 2016, at 10:51, Jackie Brown <jackieannbrown62@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I am not sure, on your first point, why she won’t play Clyde for you. I am
assuming you have asked: “Alexa, play Radio Clyde?” Sometimes you have to
say it slightly differently to get her to catch on! (smile.)
Regarding your second point and the welcome screen, there are a series of
tabs on the website, Skills being one of them. Tab with your screenreader to
Skills, and enter on it. You should then reach the categories and a search
box to type in the skill by name.
I hope that helps!
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Subject: [access-uk] amazon echo: Again!
Hi folks and compliments of the season to all! Been lucky boy and got a Echo
for my birthday,but have noticed some radio stations do not stream e.g.clyde
1 and clyde 2, these are local stations based in glasgow and are very very
popular. I was wondering as they do not play on Tunein, can you use other
players such as radio player with the Echo? also, when I go to:
alexa.amazon.co.uk <http://alexa.amazon.co.uk/> I keep getting the welcome
page inviting me to begin setup. I cannot for the life of me find the list of
skills! any help would make a birthday boy (lol! 64) very grateful!