How to Turn Off Alexa Notifications and Avoid Spoilers

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Amazon Alexa is one of the most popular voice assistants available today. It can help you with a wide range of tasks, from playing music to ordering products from Amazon. One of the features of Alexa is notifications, which can be helpful at times, but can also be annoying and spoil surprises. If you’ve ever ordered a gift for someone and don’t want them to know about it until it arrives, you’ll want to turn off Alexa notifications.

Here’s how to turn off Alexa notifications:

Step 1: Launch the Alexa app on your iPhone, iPad, or Android device.

Step 2: Tap the “Menu” icon in the upper left corner of the screen.

Step 3: Select “Settings” in the menu.

Step 4: Tap “Notifications” in the Settings menu.

Step 5: Tap “Reminders” to open the Reminders menu where you can turn reminder notifications for your iPhone, iPad, or Android device on and off.

Tapping “Amazon Shopping” opens a menu where you can control a variety of notifications associated with Amazon Shopping. In the Delivery Notifications section, you can choose whether or not you want to receive notifications when ordered Amazon items are out for delivery or have been delivered. In the Give Ordered Items Titles section, you can choose whether or not Alexa says the name of ordered Amazon items within delivery notifications and when users ask an Alexa device where your ordered items are.

The Reorder Notifications section is where you can toggle notifications on and off for notifications when Alexa thinks you’re running low on items you frequently order. In the Product Questions and Answer Notifications section, you can choose whether or not to receive notifications when either someone answers a question you’ve asked about a product, or when customers have questions about products you’ve purchased.

Back to the Notifications menu, you can also control whether you receive notifications for new answers to questions you’ve previously asked Alexa in the Answer Updates section. And finally, in the Things to Try section, you can turn off notifications for new things Amazon thinks you might like to try out with Alexa.

By following these steps, you can turn off notifications that are irrelevant or annoying, and prevent Alexa from spoiling any surprises. So the next time you order a gift for someone special, you can rest assured that Alexa won’t give it away.