If you have a house full of people talking with the same Amazon Echo, it can be difficult to keep what you have purchased secret. When there is a notification, a yellow pulsing light appears on your Echo (and everyone in the house knows what that means). When someone asks Alexa about the report, the Echo reads what is on the way or what has been delivered.
For example, she could say: "Your Roomba vacuum cleaner package has been delivered." If you disable that setting, the yellow pulsing lightwill come on when you make an Amazon purchase, so your family will never know when you made a purchase.
When you turn off the yellow light, turn off all notifications, so be sure to tell anyone who trusts the notifications that you turn them off, even temporarily.
Here you can read how to switch off the tattling setting.
1. Tap the three stacked lines in the Amazon Alexa app.
2. Select Settings .
3. Tap Notifications .
4. Select Amazon Shopping .
5. In the & # 39; section, ordered items indicate & # 39; You can turn off the titles for items that you have purchased. Turn off the switch for Inside delivery notifications and Inside "Where are my things?" requests .
6. Go one step further by turning the switch off for Off for delivery and Delivered . This can be useful if you do not want anyone to know that you have bought something. That is it! Now you can shop in peace without having to peak your mind and try to find out what you have purchased.
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Originally posted and updated earlier this year for Black Friday and Cyber Monday.