You probably traded Amazon sales of Black Friday and ($ 120 on Amazon) will disseminate that information unless you turn that setting off in the Alexa app.this year, and some of your purchases were probably holiday gifts you don't want others in your house to know about. Unfortunately, your Amazon Echo
When you have a house full of people talking to the same Amazon Echo, it can be tough to keep what you've bought a secret. When there is a notification, a yellow pulsating light will appear on the Echo (and everyone in the house knows what that means). When someone asks Alexa about the message, Echo will read what is on the way or what has been delivered.
For example, she can say "Your Roomba vacuum package has been delivered." Turning off that setting will stop the yellow pulsating lightthat comes after you make an Amazon purchase, so your family will never know when you bought something.
When you turn off the yellow light, you turn off all notifications, so be sure to tell everyone who relies on the messages that you turn them off, even temporarily.
How to turn this knitting off now.
1. In the Amazon Alexa app, tap the three stacked lines.
2. Select Settings .
3. Press Messages .
4. Select Amazon Shopping .
5. Under the section titled Ordered Items, you can turn off the titles for items you have purchased. Toggle the switch off for Within delivery notices and Within "Where are my things?" requests .  6th Take it a step further by relaxing for Out for Delivery and Delivered . This will be helpful if you do not want anyone to know that you have purchased something. That's all! Now you can shop in peace without curious relatives trying to find out what you bought.
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Originally published earlier this year.