Shortcode: ^alexaCard()

Send a card with additional information to your user's Alexa app.

^alexaCard(title, text, [image_url])

Parameter Sample Value Description
title Easy Skillet Tacos Required.Title of your Alexa card.
text 1. Brown your beef.\n2. Cook onions until ready.\n3. Add chili powder, salt, cayenne, and beef.\n4. Add tomato sauce, salsa, canned beans, cheese, and water. Let simmer.\n5. Eat your tacos and enjoy. Required.Text for your Alexa card.
image_url https://recipesite.com/easy-skillet-tacos.jpg Optional.Url of image you want on the top-righthand of the Alexa card.

Example Usage

+ gettacorecipe
- Great, first let me send you this "Easy Skillet Tacos" Recipe to your Alexa app. When you are ready to start your cooking, say "start cooking". ^alexaCard("Easy Skillet Tacos", "1. Brown your beef.\n2. Cook onions until ready.\n3. Add chili powder, salt, cayenne, and beef.\n4. Add tomato sauce, salsa, canned beans, cheese, and water. Let simmer.\n5. Eat your tacos and enjoy.", "https://recipesite.com/easy-skillet-tacos.jpg")

Details

When this shortcode is reached, the owner of the Alexa device that is currently using the skill will receive a "home card" in their Alexa app.

Dexter currently supports two home card types:

We do not yet support LinkAccount cards or account-linking on Alexa.