Amazon Echo Grocery List

There are actually two parts in executing your Amazon Echo Grocery List. This first part is going to be involving your Alexa App, and the second part is simply just telling Alexa what you want.  For some visuals are easier than words, and for others, well the exact opposite, they do better with reading instructions, so I have included both. So I am going to actually have three tutorials on this one subject. The first is going to be a video you can watch directly below this post that may be all you need. The second is going to be step by step instructions on how to get all this in your Alexa App working, and the third you will find a table with all the voice commands you need to get your grocery list up and running.  I was going to wait a bit later to put together the grocery list tutorials, but I had a special request from a fine person how commented. Thank you Janie for your kind comment, and I hope this tutorial is helpful to you and anybody else who may have need of it.  Now then, lets get started working on your Grocery Shopping List…. 

Just A Reminder The Voice Remote for Amazon Echo You See In The Video Is Sold Separately

Just A Quick Note: In your Alexa app you can view up to 100 items on each list you put together. If you have a computer you can also print these lists. You can view your list on your Alexa App.


Manage Your Grocery Shopping List In Your Amazon List or On The Amazon Website

Grocery Shopping ListThere are two ways you can manage your lists, you can either give a Voice Command or you can manage your lists in the Alexa App.  Lets first take a look at all the Voice Commands.

Voice Commands To Use:
“Open List”
Add An Item To The List
“Edit An Item On The List”
“Remove An Item From The List”
“Mark An Item As Complete”
“Print A List”

Or you can set up everything manually within your Alexa App.  Instructions for that are below…

First Up Is To Open A List:

Within your Alexa app, in the left navigation panel select Shopping List or To Do List or you can also access and open a shopping list within the Amazon website. Once you log into the Amazon Website you would just select Alexa Shopping list from the homepage.

Quick Note: If you don’t have an internet connection you can still view your Shopping and To Do lists via your Alexa app on your mobile device.

Add An Item To A List:
From your Alexa App choose Shopping List or To Do list on the left hand side.  You will see a text field, go ahead and type the item you want to add then select the plus sign to add it. From the Amazon Website once you are logged in just type the item and then click on Add to Shopping list.

Edit An Item On A List:
From your Alexa App choose an item on the list,  then just type whatever you want to replace it with.  Make sure to select save so your changes take affect.

From the Amazon Website, you will want to hover over the item in the list.  Then just select edit and type what you want to replace it with.  Again make sure to click on Save.

Remove An Item From A List:
From your Alexa App choose the arrow that is facing downward next to the item you want to delete.  Now just select the item you want to delete and click delete.  You also have the option to check the boxes of the items you want to delete.  If you have multiple boxes checked then you will have the option to delete all.

From the Amazon Website you will see check boxes that you can singly check or check multiple boxes and delete all.  Pretty much the same process as it is in your Alexa App

Mark An Item As Complete:
In your Alexa App put a check mark next to a item that is completed.  You can also after you have saved your completed items list view them by selecting View Completed.

For the Amazon Website the process is exactly the same.

Print A List:
Within your Alexa App select Print.  This printing option can only be used with the Alexa Application on your computer.

If you are already in the Amazon Website to print your Grocery List then you can just use the print option in your browser.

Even Though The Table For Voice Commands Is Dang Small For This Feature I Will Add It Anyways.