Add more than one statement as alternative voice command in the same Alexa Routine
It will be better for the user, to add more than one statement as alternative voice command in the same Alexa Routine instead of creating separately.
A user creates a routine named "I'm home". The tasks under this routine will be executed when the user says to Alexa "Alexa, I'm home".
However, the user may also say
"Alexa, I'm back" or
"Alexa, I return home" or
"Alexa, I enter in sweet home" or
"Alexa, I enter home" or
"Alexa, I'm back to my room" or
"Alexa, I just arrive" or
"Alexa, I arrive home" or
"Alexa, I reach home" or
"Alexa, I just entered my home" or
"Alexa, I just entered sweet home" and so on.
In the above case, for these example voice commands, the user needs to create separate routines that contain the same/similar tasks like the routine named "I'm home".
So my proposal is either to have the option to add more statements under the "when" text field during Routine creation
or create some possible collection of commands that relates to the user-given voice command.
As a result, when the routine will be enabled, then Alexa will perform tasks after getting any voice commands from the collection.
Akos Kozak commented
It would be great, if I could say like: "Alexa, play music and turn light off and turn display off". But if I say this...only the last command "display off" will be recognized and then no music, no light off will be done, just display off.