Can Two Amazon Accounts Share Alexa?

According to several researches, more and more people, due to their laziness (are we being too harsh?), prefer to use digital assistants in order to complete the simplest tasks. Therefore, digital assistances like Siri, Google Assistant, and Alexa are on the peak of their popularity.

Amazon Echo Dot 3rd Generation and Alexa

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Alexa is considered to be one of the most widely used digital assistants, especially among Amazon users. For using Alexa, you need an Amazon account; it is important to mention that you don’t need an Amazon Prime for using it. Everything is pretty simple, all you need to do is to open up an Amazon account, obtain an Amazon Echo device, and download Alexa’s app. Almost all Amazon experts use Alexa, so why not you?

Let’s be honest, that each of us use only one Amazon Echo for all the family members. However, the confusion begins when each of the family members starts asking Alexa to add something in their list. Alexa is not able to differ each of the users. However, we are excited to bring good news for you, since there is a special setting called Amazon Household, which helps you connect another Amazon account to your Alexa.

You can easily add one adult person and four kids to your account. For implementing this process, you have to just open an Alexa app, go to the menu. Further, go to account settings and select Amazon Household. Your next step should be informing that person whom you are going to add to your household to sign into their Amazon account.

Once you complete this process, you can easily gain access to another person’s music and Prime account. Plus, you can easily purchase whatever you want just by putting your credit card information. For your personal safety Amazon allows you to set up a conformation code in order to avoid any issues with purchases without your awareness.

Additionally, you can easily switch accounts within the Alexa, just by asking Alexa to switch them. Also, if you cannot figure out which account you are using currently, Alexa can also tell you about it.

Keep in mind that once you remove a member from your Amazon Household, this person cannot connect his or her account to another Household account within 180 days.

Once you have linked your account, you will gain access to Amazon Echo settings which are going to be very useful in the future.

Amazon Echo is improving day by day, by adding new options in this system. Therefore, we strictly recommend you to check your account in order do not miss new options provided by this cool service.

Of course, there are lots of advantages provided by this system which can drastically simplify your life. However, we have to fully understand that we should not allow technologies to control us and we must strive to use systems like Alexa as helpers, instead of fully controlling our lives!

And hey, what do you know, maybe Got Suspended Clients will be the name that comes from Alexa when you her about a great Amazon reinstatement service!

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