Remove skill connections permission message
When a skill wants to hand a user to another skill they are currently confronted with a pretty technical sounding piece of copy: "Skill A would like to use skill B to do that. May I send the request to skill B?"
This is clearly well intentioned - trying to make sure the user understands what is going on but has some issue nonetheless:
1) it provides a lot of additional friction
2) it prevents developers building seamless experiences closer to a natural conversation
3) it introduces Alexa as the "I" at a point that may not be appropriate in the skill eg in a game where Alexa is playing the role of gameshow host and is now also outside the game.
Seeing as skill connections don't pass identifiable information about the user there does not seem to be a privacy requirement for this message.
I'd argue that downsides outweigh any benefits of transparency but if that wasn't felt to be the case perhaps the message could be limited to the first time a connection is made between two specific skills.