Printer manufacturers like HP had previously let their products work with Alexa, but now Amazon has created its own printing function for its voice assistant. Print items like the shopping and to-do lists you create with Alexa, crossword puzzles, recipes or just lined paper. If you’re concerned that the new feature is running out of your ink, Amazon is one step ahead of you – Alexa can notify you when your ink is low and can be set to automatically order more ink.
Most Echo devices can use Alexa Print with HP, Brother, Canon, and Epson printers. It seems that you can only print documents from a preselected, albeit extensive, list. Use Alexa to print your personal to-do lists, crosswords, and games from The Los Angeles Times, Recipes and worksheets for kids, among others. The feature does not have any third-party integrations. This means that you have certain files that you are working on, such as: For example, you cannot print a web page or a Word document. So there are limits to printing.