Alexa will respond, "Okay, I won't notify you when I find out about answers to questions you asked earlier". The feature allows Alexa to notify you when she finally has the answer to a question that she couldn't answer at first blush.
Now, Alexa's learned the same trick.More news: United Kingdom poised to ask Russian Federation to extradite Salisbury attack suspects
Amazon's digital voice assistant Alexa will now come back to you to answer your question from three days ago. There doesn't appear to be a way to toggle this feature in the Alexa app or on the Echo Show's and Echo Spot's screens yet. To disable, say "Alexa, turn off answer updates".
"Sorry, I'm not sure", she said, with no promise of providing an answer later once her database of local businesses expands. Amazon is now rolling out a new support feature to its Alexa-enabled devices, which will dredge up previous questions you asked when Alexa gains the necessary knowledge to answer them. This could be a voice notification from Alexa itself, but since Alexa nearly never speaks to users unprompted, it's more likely to be a smartphone notification from the Alexa app.More news: You’ll get your first look at Red Dead Redemption 2 gameplay tomorrow
Once the feature finishes rolling out and you've opted in, those follow-up notifications will arrive on your Echo device, and they'll work just like the shopping notifications that let Alexa notify you when an order is out for delivery.More news: Thomas Bjorn withdraws from PGA Championship with back injury