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If you’re tired of hearing the cries of “it’s not my turn” every time you ask your kid to do something, it might just be time to forfeit this most basic of parental duties to your infallible voice assistant.
Let’s face it, getting a child to do their chores can be … well … a chore. If you’ve made the (some might say) questionable decision to go from the biologically understandable world of raising a single child to the borderline insane universe of raising children, you’ll no doubt know that these little bundles are acutely aware of the equitable distribution of household tasks. As a caring parent carefully in tune with the feelings of each child you’ve undoubtedly established your own internal mechanism for ensuring nobody lifts more than their fair share of fingers - but the odds are stacked against you. Kids of today are raised in a world where search engines and voice assistants prove parents wrong a couple dozen times a day - so them being the critical thinkers you’ve raised them to be - why on earth would they believe YOU when you tell them it’s their turn to take out the trash. The flip side of a tech savvy youth is that they inevitably believe just about anything it tells them - so while you and your tyke might “verbally spar” for hours over who swept the kitchen last time - they’re all too prepared and willing to dutifully adhere to the commands of the disembodied voice echoing from the corner of the living room.
Now, if you’ve made the grave mistake of raising your lot to be openly defiant of technology telling them what to do in some sort of misguided attempt to prepare them for the inevitable robot revolution, well then that is your poor decision making catching up with you and you’re going to have to resort to being a competent and respected parent.
I guess if you want Alexa to randomly assign chores to a list of people this would work for you. I was looking for Alexa to keep track of whose turn it actually IS to do something among my 3 kids, so it being random doesn’t work for us. I just don’t want the kids arguing every day about whose turn it is to do a specific chore (we rotate) so wish I could set up a chore rota and Alexa could keep track. This doesn’t seem to do this...and there are no instructions anywhere so I have no idea how it works or how to set it up.
I was able to add helpers for the question "Whose turn is it to do the dishes". From there on, it is a crapshoot to figure out what Alexa will do. Some of the time it picks a random name from the helpers list (where can I make this a recurrent weekly list for each helper??), another time "Sorry, I'm not sure". The next time "Table wear are dishes, …" then goes on some random rant about completely useless information about the restaurant industry. Then "Hmmm, I don't know that one". Really?? And I got an email today from Amazon touting the benefits of the "Whose turn" app. Shouldn't you guys make sure it works before mass-emailing your customers about an app (with a great potential) that does not work?
maybe I'm making it harder than it should be. It asked me to list my helpers and I did that. Then it asked me to list tasks, but added him to my helper list. When I asked to remove helpers, it removes one, then I have to go back to the beginning to start all over. I wish I could add a list of helpers using my phone and the app.
Given that the initializing process required my family member names, I was surprised that it did not recognize their names. Also, I was looking for the program to actually track on which day it was a person’s turn to do something. Instead, it just randomly responds with someone who has their name in the list.
My son's nickname is Manny and my daughter's name is Naya. Manny was Mandy and Naya was Noella (smh). I tried multiple times but this would not recognize their names when trying to add helpers. Also their names are on my Alexa/Amazon app but it still doesn't know. I guess if your kids have general names this will work fine. It's a shame it didnt work. Every time i asked to access the skill Alexa kept saying we, "needed mediation" whatever that means. This was after I accepted her names for my children. Hassle to try to set up. Not worth the frustration.