Ring & Alexa
  • How to Set Up Alexa Person and Package Announcement

    Ring device owners with a Ring Protect subscription can opt in to Person and Package Announcements to get Alexa Person and Package Detection Announcements to get automatic live view of your Ring camera feed on your Echo Show, Fire TV, or Fire Tablet, a voice announcement, and a mobile push notif...

  • Helping your Ring Devices work with Alexa

    Make your home smarter by getting your Ring devices to work with your Amazon Alexa-enabled device! Follow the links below for more information on using Alexa with Ring! Ring devices are compatible with Alexa-enabled devices such as Echo Show, Echo Spot, Echo Dot, Fire Tablets (7 and above)...

  • Using Alexa to control your Ring Doorbell or Security Camera

    Connecting and controlling a Ring video doorbell or security camera with an Alexa-enabled device is a simple process. To accomplish this, you’ll need to add Ring as a skill in your Alexa app. As a result, you’ll be able to direct your Ring device(s) with voice commands, as well as watch live vide...

  • Creating a Routine with Alexa and your Ring Device

    Routines are a series of commands you can set your Alexa to perform when it is connected to a Ring device (such as a doorbell or security camera), usually triggered by an event such as motion detection. Routines follow a simple formula: when this  happens (for example, your doorbell detects motio...

  • Ring Supported Alexa-enabled Devices

    Connecting Ring Devices with Alexa is a simple process. To accomplish this, you’ll need to add Ring as a skill in your Alexa app. Once this is accomplished, you’ll be able to use a variety of Alexa-enabled devices with your Ring devices. What follows is a list of Alexa-enabled devices compatible ...

  • Using your Echo devices as a Smart Lighting Bridge

    If you have an Amazon Echo (4th gen) or an Echo Show 10 (3rd gen) and are an advanced user of Ring technology, your ability to coordinate your Ring Smart Lighting has expanded thanks to the device’s built-in Ring Bridge. This article will answer commonly asked questions concerning setting up and ...

  • Using Alexa to View Videos

    When using your Ring doorbells or security cameras, you can view the video that’s been recorded by your devices by using your connected Alexa-enabled device. This article will give you the verbal commands you can say to Alexa in order to view your Ring-recorded video. Viewing latest recorded vide...

  • Alexa Greetings

    Alexa Greetings is an optional voice service available to Ring Protect Plan subscribers (in the US) with compatible versions of the Ring Video Doorbell Pro. Alexa Greetings, which is being rolled out to Ring neighbors in stages, allows Alexa greet visitors, take messages and provide instructions ...

  • Alexa Guard and Alexa Guard Plus

    Alexa Guard Alexa Guard is a free feature available for supported Amazon Echo devices that can detect the sound of smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, or glass breaking when you set Guard to Away mode. Alexa can send you Smart Alerts, via notifications to your mobile device. To learn more about...

  • View Your Ring Cameras on Fire TV with Alexa

    You can use Alexa commands to view live video feed from your Ring Security Cameras or Video Doorbells on your Fire TV. First, you’ll need to connect your Ring devices to your Alexa-enabled Fire TV. View Your Ring Cameras From the Smart Home Dashboard The Smart Home Dashboard on Fire TV is a hub ...

  • What to do if your Ring and Alexa Features Stopped Working

    If you’ve already enabled the Ring Skill in your Alexa app, but it stopped working, you may be having a connectivity issue. If auto live view or Live View is not connecting, follow the steps below to resolve the problem. This procedure will disable and then re-enable the Ring Skill but your Ring ...

  • Ring Alexa Skill Stopped Working

    If you’ve already enabled the Ring Skill in your Alexa app, but it stopped working, you may be having a connectivity issue. If auto live view or Live View is not connecting, follow the steps below to resolve the problem. This procedure will disable and then re-enable the Ring Skill but your Ring ...

  • Using Amazon Alexa to Monitor and Replace Your Smart Lights Batteries

    Part of a good home security system is making sure all of its components are powered properly. That gets a little bit easier if you have Alexa monitors and replaces the batteries in your Smart Lights or Ring Alarm contact sensors and motion sensors. Don't worry about batteries running out again, ...

  • How to Connect Amazon Alexa-Enabled Devices with Ring Devices

    You can connect your Amazon Echo Show, Fire TV, or Fire Tablet to your Ring device and use Alexa voice commands to answer your door, speak to your visitors, get a live view from your camera feed, and more.More Alexa-enabled devices that are compatible with Ring     Connect Your Ring Device to Y...

  • Smart Lighting and Alexa

    With Ring Smart Lighting, you can also control your lights and manage most of their settings directly with Alexa. Ring Skill is compatible with all Ring Smart Lighting, 3P Works With Ring Light Switches and non Ring landscape lighting connected to the Ring Smart Lighting Transformer. Ring Smart L...

  • Doorbell Announcement Notifications Through Amazon Alexa

    You can have Alexa announce when someone presses your Ring doorbell or when motion is detected. This article gives you steps for enabling this feature and answers frequently asked questions about announcement and motion notifications. Click here for information on integrating Amazon Echo Show, Fi...

  • Shared Users and Alexa

    The Shared User feature in your Ring app can be used to add family and friends to your Ring account. This will give them access to your Ring devices, allowing them to do a variety of things, including a limited measure of control from an Alexa-enabled device. Shared Users can do the following: A...

  • Using Alexa Guard with Alarm to Detect Broken Glass, Smoke, and Carbon Monoxide

    Using the Alexa Guard feature, you can connect your Amazon Echo device to your Ring Alarm and detect the sounds of a smoke alarm, CO alarm, or glass breaking. Alexa will then notify you about the event. The following instructions will detail how to use Alexa Guard and answer common questions abou...

  • Arming and Disarming Your Alarm with Alexa

    Neighbors who have integrated their Ring Alarm with their Echo device will be able to use Alexa to arm and disarm their Alarm simply by speaking to their Alexa enabled devices. The following instructions will help you connect your Echo to your Alarm and setup Alexa to arm and disarm your system. ...

  • Two-Way communication through Amazon Echo devices

    You can initiate two-way communication through compatible Echo devices and compatible Fire TV devices to any Ring doorbell or security camera. The following article will answer frequently asked questions about using two-way communication through the Amazon Echo and Ring. Click here for informatio...

  • Control Your "Works with Ring" Smart Locks with Alexa

    Neighbors who have compatible smart locks integrated into their Ring Alarm will be able to lock and unlock their smart locks with a simple Alexa command. This article will help you set up and control your smart locks with Alexa. Click here for a list of Alarm-compatible smart locks. Connecting yo...