If you own multiple Alexa devices, you may want to know how to play music on all of them at once. Fortunately, it’s easy to do with a few simple steps.
Setting Up Alexa Devices
The first step to playing music on all Alexa devices is to ensure that they are set up properly. Make sure that each device is connected to the same Wi-Fi network and that they are all signed in to the same Amazon account.
Creating a Music Group
To play music on all Alexa devices, you will need to create a music group. This can be done through the Alexa app on your mobile device or computer. Open the app and select the Devices tab. From there, select the + icon and choose Add Multi-Room Music Speakers. Select the devices you want to include in the group and give it a name.
Playing Music on All Devices
Once you have created a music group, playing music on all Alexa devices is simple. Just ask Alexa to play music and specify the group name. For example, say “Alexa, play music on all Alexa devices.”
Q: Can I add or remove devices from a music group?
A: Yes. To add or remove devices from a music group, open the Alexa app and select the Devices tab. Select the group you want to edit and choose Edit Multi-Room Music Speakers. From there, you can add or remove devices as needed.
Q: Can I play different songs on different devices in a music group?
A: No. When you play music on a music group, the same song will play on all devices in the group.
Q: Do all devices need to be the same model to create a music group?
A: No. You can create a music group with a mix of different Alexa devices, as long as they are all signed in to the same Amazon account and connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
Playing music on all Alexa devices is a great way to fill your home with music. By creating a music group and following a few simple steps, you can easily play music on all of your Alexa devices at once.