How Many Alexa Devices Can You Have on One Account?

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Are you tired of sharing your Alexa with your family members? Do you want to have your own profile on Alexa? In this blog post, we will show you how to set up profiles in Alexa for all family members and demonstrate the advantages of having separated profiles.

When the entire family members work with Alexa, there are a lot of advantages to having their own profile. For example, if you are asking Alexa to send a message, the message will be sent from your name, and if someone else asks Alexa to send a message, it will be sent from their name. So, how do you set up the profiles?

First, open the Alexa app and enter your email and password of your Amazon account. If you don’t have an Amazon account, click create a new Amazon account. After you enter your email and password, click sign-in. For the setup of the first account in the family, click on the account and edit your name to whatever you want. Click agree and continue.

Now, you need to set up your voice ID. This part is very important because it allows Alexa to recognize your voice, call your name, and so on. So, we recommend not skipping this part. Alexa will ask you to read some sentences to recognize your voice. Once you finish, click on done and then click on setup my features to continue.

If you want to be able to make phone calls and send messages to Alexa, enter your phone number, and then click continue. Enter the OTP number you get from Amazon, and then click continue. Click that is everyone, and we’re done with the first profile.

To configure the second profile, open the Alexa app on the smartphone of the family member and enter the Amazon account of the fourth family member. All the family members need to work in the same Amazon account, but now click on the plus button next to “I’m someone else.” Enter the name of the family member and click agree and continue.

Now, the family member needs to set up their voice ID. Click on set up my features and repeat the process. Enter the phone number, but this time, of the second family member. Click that is everyone, and we’re done.

Now that we have set up the profiles, let’s talk about why they are so beneficial. The fourth thing that is very important to me is the calendar. When I’m asking Alexa to schedule a meeting, she adds the meeting to my calendar. And when someone else asks Alexa to schedule a meeting, it is added to their calendar. Also, when we are walking in separated profiles, each member has access to their own contacts.

For example, if I’m asking Alexa to call mom, Alexa will call my mom. And if someone else asks Alexa to call mom, Alexa will call their mom. There is no doubt that walking profile is much more comfortable, and everyone has access to their own things.

We hope this blog post was helpful for you. If you want to learn more about how to use Alexa, check out the playlist smart on with Alexa. We will upload more great tutorials to the playlist, and you will find the link in the description. Thank you for reading this blog post. If you have any comments or questions, let us know in the comments down below.


Can you have multiple Alexa devices on one account?
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Can 2 Echo Dots work independently?
Your two Echo Dots will work individually. It can happen that both of them hear your command, but the closer one will answer back while the other one ignores your request. You can also play different music on each one at the same time.
How do I connect two Echo Dots in the same house?
Place the Echo Dots in the positions where you will be using them, ideally at least a few feet apart. Open the Alexa app on your phone and tap Devices. Tap the + icon in the upper right corner, this is announced to VoiceOver users as add a device or group. Tap Combine speakers.
Why is Alexa not playing on multiple devices?
Make sure that your devices are powered on and connected to the same Wi-Fi network. Restart your device and network hardware. Check whether Do Not Disturb is on for the devices you want. If you used an Echo Show to move audio streams to a speaker group, make sure that it shows you've selected the group you want.