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Litfoo, sometimes it's all in the asking, especially if it's something out of the ordinary. Have you tried, "Alexa, play the playlist "Elbow" from my library?" I have had to rethink the way I ask her for some of my albums/playlists. I don't know if she would respond to the command of "Can I listen to...?"Try that - see if it works.
Maybe Alexa has trouble understanding the word "Elbow?"As a test, try changing the name of your playlist to something more unique sounding. I had a similar problem with Alexa understanding certain words. For my home automation setup, I created a group that controls all of my home automation devices. I named the group "house" and I also tried "entire house." For some reason, Alexa is unable to find the group, even though I clearly say, "Alexa, turn off the house [or entire house]." I've since changed the group name to "all lights" and Alexa still has some trouble understanding, but it does get it about 50% of the time.
hi there,Can anyone point me in the right direction?I have my own personal music uploaded to 'My Amazon Library' Playlist - one of them is called 'Elbow'However, if i ask - "Alexa, listen to my Elbow playlist."Alexa replies - I can find the playlist called Elbow in your Music library.Wondering how Alexa will recognise and play my personal playlits from my personal libraryas far as the Amazon website states at https://www.amazon.com/gp/help/customer/display.html?nodeId=201628740, it should workthanks,litfoo
This command from a previous reply also worked for me when several others didn't: ""Alexa play my library playlist [blah]" (no pauses)