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Sometimes we need to write notes and paste it on the table to notify or reminder other family members to do something. For example: Mama will be late to back home and want to notify children to buy milk after school. Now you can just leave a voice message on Alexa and children will get these messages via Alexa.
You can start with: Alexa, start family voicemail. To create a message, just asked: leave a message expired after six hours, or just leave a message (then the expired duration will be 1 day by default) To listen to messages, just asked: play the messages To remove messages, just asked: clear all messages
If multiple messages available, you can speak 'next', 'previous', 'repeat' or 'cancel' to navigate.
For quickly creating a message, just asked: Alexa, ask family voicemail to leave a message valid for five hours For quickly listening messages, just asked: Alexa, ask family voicemail to play the messages For quickly removing messages, just asked: Alexa, ask family voicemail to clear all messages