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‘Alexa, play general conference’—7 ways you may not have known you can tune in this weekend

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Families have many viewing options for general conference.
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General conference is only a few days away, and options for tuning in are plentiful. If you’re finding yourself asking “where do I watch general conference” or “how can I listen to general conference”, the Church has made it easier than ever to tune in this weekend.

The provides an extensive list of options for accessing conference. In addition to the obvious methods like the Church’s website and Gospel Library, you can also watch live via the Church's channel the YouTube app on Roku, Apple TV, Fire TV, game consoles, and smart DVD players.

Amazon Alexa devices and Google Assistant devices are also ready to help you project conference messages to your home in English or Spanish. There are just two simple steps you'll need to set it up.

For Alexa:

1. Add Gospel Voice to your device by saying, “Alexa, enable Gospel Voice.
2. Next, say “Alexa, ask Gospel Voice to play general conference.”

For Google:
1. Say, “Hey, Google. Talk to Gospel Voice.”
2. Then say, “Hey Google, ask Gospel Voice to play general conference.”

Audio will also be available through BYUradio (online and SiriusXM) in English.

For a comprehensive list of viewing and listening options see,

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