Covered over 900 episodes ago (and now with sweet, sweet sound-effects), this one's well worth revisiting for all of you listening who like daring do, dungeons and dictating dozens and dozens of detailed directions to a dilligent and devoted digital device.
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Yes, she's back. Tiffany Black (@1modernmonster on the Twitters) is back with a quick 3 minute demo of a sweet skill called Quick 3. OK - it's a just over 2 minute demo but, hey, unless you're a school nurse it's probs not your job to go about picking positively insignificant nits like that.
Opened simply with 'Healing Sounds', this one's broadly what you'd expect - some nice, new age music with which to chill out and relax. We also look at how you can now ask the A-lady what recent skills you've used.
To bong or not to bong… That's the resounding question resolved by David Woodbridge (@dwoodbridge on the Twitters) in today's skill. When Whisper Mode is on, you may want to turn the A-lady's request sounds off (Settings > Devices > Sounds) or else all the whispering in the world will be for nought and there may well be some truly disturbing consequences.
Today we briefly look at some built-in goodness. Shopping's better than ever, reminders are now a bit more flexible (in the US, at least) and you can now ask the A-lady what's new that she can do.