How to string multiple Alexa commands together
Smart speakers do a great job of making simple tasks around the house easier. Control the brightness or color of your lights, change the thermostat temperature, control multiple alarms and timers and even order food for dinner. However, sometimes, sometimes speaking multiple commands feels like a slog -- like you could whip out your phone and tap a few times to accomplish the same thing in less time or fewer steps. At long last, Amazon has come up with a solution of sorts. It's called
Alexa Follow Up mode one

Alexa Follow Up Mode

Follow-Up Mode and it lets you give multiple commands to an Alexa smart speaker like an Echo Dot without having to say the wake word each time. (It works with at least some third-party Alexa devices as well.) Here's how to use it.
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