Start and stop timers, run multiple timers at once, and create time entries with a simple voice command. You can even ask Alexa for the status of your timer when you’re not logged in.
What can you ask Alexa to do? Here are a few examples:
Manage timers with basic voice commands like:
“Start a new timer”
“Pause all my timers”
“Get the status of my timers”
Create time entries by simply saying “Create a new time entry for 8 hours and 30 minutes.”
Interact with specific customers that exist in your account – “Start a new timer for John Doe” or “Create a new time entry for 6 hours for John Doe.”
You can even start a timer for a call, check the status of a timer to see how long you’ve been working or log a time entry when your hands are full and you can’t get to your device.
Alexa skills are basically Amazon's word for 'apps'. They give you more capability and provide you with voice-activated control of your smart devices, apps and websites.
The Time Tracker skill is compatible with all Amazon Alexa devices: the Echo, the Echo Spot, the Dot, the Tap, and the Show, and is simple to connect. Connection takes less than five minutes and we'll even do it for you.
Visit the Amazon store, download the Time Tracker Alexa skill and give us a call to help setup your new voice-activated time tracking device!