You'll need to add a user account to your HS4 system with your MyHS credentials and you'll need to enable Admin and Local permissions for this account. Once that's done, you'll need to enable voice commands for the HomeSeer devices or device features you wish to control with Alexa. Note that if you have multiple HomeSeer systems and a Premium MyHS account, you'll need to create unique MyHS users for each system. Please follow the steps outlined in this doc: Using Alexa with Multiple HS Systems. Then, follow the steps below:
Open your HomeSeer system's web interface and navigate to Setup > Users. Add a new user with your MyHS account credentials. Enable Admin and Local permissions.
Devices or features must be manually enabled for voice commands in order to be controlled by Alexa. In this section, we'll show you how to check the voice settings of your current system and how to edit those settings to yield the best results.
Information on enabling Amazon Alexa Cloud access for a device or a devices features.
Information on enabling Amazon Alexa Cloud access for events.
Use the syntax and examples below to construct phrases that will control and obtain status from HomeSeer devices.
Use the syntax and examples below to construct phrases that will launch HomeSeer events.
Tip: Consider changing your Event Names if the phrases you're required to use sound unnatural in any way.
If for any reason, you can't control your devices after discovery, here are a few things to check:
If everything is working but you still can't control devices, open a service desk ticket for help.