SmartThings - Alexa Skill

SmartThings

SmartThings

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Or say "Alexa, enable SmartThings"

With the SmartThings skills for Alexa, you can now control a wide range of connected lights, switches, dimmers, outlets, and thermostats with your voice.

With the SmartThings skills for Alexa, you can now control a wide range of connected lights, switches, dimmers, outlets, and thermostats with your voice. Connected lights, switches, and dimmers from Philips Hue, LIFX, OSRAM Lightify, Cree, GE, and Leviton: · Alexa, turn on the Bedroom light · Alexa, turn off the Hallway lights · Alexa, dim the Living Room lights · Alexa, dim the Living Room lights to 25% · Alexa, brighten the Kitchen lights · Alexa, brighten the Kitchen lights to 75% Connected outlets from SmartThings, GE, Leviton, and iHome: · Alexa, turn on the Bedroom fan · Alexa, turn on the Coffee Machine · Alexa, turn off the Living Room lamp Connected thermostats from ecobee and Honeywell: · Alexa, set Kitchen temperature to 72 degrees · Alexa, decrease the Kitchen temperature · Alexa, increase the Kitchen temperature Visit Support.SmartThings.com for more information on the SmartThings skills for Alexa. SmartThings works with a wide range of connected devices including lights, speakers, locks, thermostats, sensors and more. Visit SmartThings.com to see the full list of compatible devices or to learn more about SmartThings. GETTING STARTED To get started, select the “Enable Skill” button in the Alexa App to link your SmartThings account and discover your devices. There are three ways that you can control devices using the SmartThings skill for Alexa: 1. SmartThings Devices: You can use the device names you set up already in the SmartThings app to control individual devices. For example: · Alexa, turn on the Bedroom Fan · Alexa, turn off the Living Room Lamp · Alexa, brighten the Kitchen Light 2. SmartThings Routines: You can use the routine names you set up already in the SmartThings app to control multiple devices. For example: · Alexa, turn on Good Morning · Alexa, turn on Good Night · Alexa, turn on Party Time 3. Alexa Groups: You can also use Alexa groups to control multiple devices, though it is recommended to only include similar types of devices with an Alexa group. For example: · Alexa, turn on the Bedroom Lights · Alexa, dim the Living Room Lights · Alexa, brighten the Kitchen Lights Note: The SmartThings skills for Alexa can use SmartThings Routines to control compatible lights, switches, dimmers, outlets, and thermostats. Routines that include devices such as door locks or garage door openers are not supported at this time. Visit Support.SmartThings.com for more information on the SmartThings skills for Alexa.


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April 26th 2016