Amazon's Alexa can now add events to Google Calendar using voice instructions

Amazon's virtual assistant, Alexa, since yesterday can add events to Google Calendar upon request through the voice of users through any of the devices on which it is present, be it Amazon Echo, Fire TV, or others.

This is quite an interesting development, especially when you consider that from a year ago until now you could only check the calendar events that were scheduled.

To be able to make use of this new capacity, you just have to follow the instructions available on this support page where, basically, you have to establish the corresponding configuration through the Alexa mobile application.In this way, users can already indicate a generic instruction via voice to continue with the details or be more specific from the first moment indicating the details of the event to add, specifying both the event and the date on which it has to be scheduled. .

And it is undoubtedly what until relatively recently might have seemed science fiction, as we see, in recent times it is becoming characteristics of real life. In this sense, some of the new features recently added to Alexa point to the possibility of managing the Nest Learning thermostat or even adding support for Lutron connected lighting systems.

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