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How to set up and control smart thermostats using Amazon Echo

How do I control my thermostat with an Amazon Echo? Using your phone to control your smart thermostat is cool, but using your voice is even better. If you're using a smart thermostat and are planning on adding an Amazon Echo to your setup, there's a good chance you're able to connect the two and do some very interesting things. Here's everything you need to know about setting up and controlling your smart thermostat through an Amazon Echo! Nest Thermostat Ecobee3 Thermostat Honeywell Thermostat Nest Thermostat Nest Thermostat is supposed to be the thermostat that learns from you and eventually makes it so you never have to touch it, but sometimes it's nice to be able to speak and cool things down.
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