Yes, You Can Access Wikipedia's Information from Your Amazon Alexa-enabled Devices

Phone with Wikipedia

Frustrated by the question and answer limitations of Amazon's Alexa? You can use Alexa to access information from Wikipedia. Gain deeper insight on people, companies, sports, music and more. Say, "Alexa, Wikipedia New York" (insert topic) and you'll receive a short response followed by a prompt inquiring if you'd like to hear more. This skill is currently available to all Alexa-enabled devices and will not need to be enabled prior to use.

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About the author

Jill Schmidt is a lover of data-driven communications and a keen follower of digital marketing best practices and trends. Throughout her 18 year tenure in marketing and advertising, she has worked on digital account strategy and campaigns for companies such as Colgate, Kellogg, Kimberly-Clark, Briggs & Stratton, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and many others.   She is the creator and writer of a triple award-winning email newsletter. Founding member of the Milwaukee Interactive Marketing Association, former Vice President, and seven-term board member.  

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