Make sure your location settings are enabled in the Amazon Alexa mobile app. Go to the device settings and select your device. Enter your address manually. Here is a video of how to use the Alexa App to add location.
Waiting to walk your dog? Try asking:
“Alexa, when can I walk my dog?”
“Alexa, what time should I take the dog for a walk?”
“Alexa, when I will be able to walk the dog for at least 20 minutes?”
Do you really need that umbrella? Try asking:
“Alexa, should I take an umbrella to Bridgewater?”
“Alexa, I’m going to Springfield. Should I take an umbrella?”
“Alexa, should I take an umbrella?”
Is it about to rain? Try asking:
“Alexa, when will it rain in Boston?”
“Alexa, when will it rain?”
“Alexa, when will it snow in Topeka?”
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