Amazon’s Echo Show 10 is a small gadget that can move with you while you are streaming videos and making calls Friends and family.But for smart displays All the reasons for existence Its support for these uses, namely Echo Show One major application commonly used during the pandemic is missing: zooming.
When Gizmodo reviewed Echo Show 10 Last month, a spokesperson stated that support for Zoom at the time was “coming soon.” This kind of support has finally arrived, which makes a good gadget great. Customers using the third-generation Echo Show 10 can now use the following command to prompt Alexa to join a Zoom or Amazon Chime meeting: “Alexa, join my meeting”, “Alexa, join my Zoom meeting”, or “Alexa, join my Amazon Chime meeting.”
After linking your calendar through the Alexa app, Echo Show 10 can start meetings hands-free (this is also a way to support some other services (such as music apps)). Amazon said its voice assistant “will automatically start your scheduled meeting hands-free without you having to provide a meeting ID or password-just confirm the title of the meeting you want to join.”
Considering the purpose of zooming, zooming has always been the main blind spot on the device, so support on Echo Show 10 is welcome. However, the only other major failure of the device is support for more streaming media applications.
For example, the dedicated YouTube app will be a minimal addition to Echo Show 10’s current limited series of streaming apps, which include Food Network Kitchen, Happy TV, Hulu, NBC, Netflix, Prime Video, Redbull TV, and Tubi. Currently, it can be accessed through a web browser, but a dedicated application is very useful for picking up where you left off in the video.
At least, you can now call family members using the locked video,The first choice for meeting applications.