The MySpaPool vocal skill allows you to control any spa pool fitted with our SmartLink or SmartStream WiFi module by voice commands. Available on both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa platforms, you can now talk to your spa to activate accessories and alter settings or ask it questions about active modes, settings and status. It really is as simple as talking to your spa.

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SpaLink
App

Link your SpaLink app to
either Amazon Alexa,
Google Assistant or both, to
control your spa by voice
commands
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Action
commands

Turn your pumps, blower
and lights on and off,
control pumps individually,
change light modes or
activate a sanitise cycle
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Set
Commands

Use the set command to
adjust set temperature point,
filtration duration, operating
mode, heat pump mode and
element boost mode
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Get
Commands

Ask what is the water
temperature, set
temperature, operating
mode, heat pump mode
and element boost mode

How to link your spa to Google Assistant

The following instructions assume you already have Google Assistant installed and activated on your phone or your
Google Home device is powered on and connected to your home WiFi network.

Step 1

The first step is to link your
SpaLink app to your Google
account. Open SpaLink, tap
Login and then tap Google
logo at top of screen.

Step 2

The Google Sign-In page
will be presented. Tap on
Sign In button at bottom of
screen.

Step 3

Select your Google
account. If you have
multiple accounts, use the
account that is linked to
your Google Home device.

Step 4

The next step is to link your
Google account to the
mySpaPool action. Start by
saying “Hey Google, talk to
my spa pool”.

Step 5

When you answer ‘Yes’ to
the link question you will
see this screen. Tap Log In
with Google to complete
the account linking.

Step 6

The final step is to advise
MySpaPool which spa to
issue commands to. Start by
saying “Hey Google, talk to
my spa pool”.

Step 7

Now say “List my spa” and
Google will list any spas
setup on your SpaLink app.
Select the spa number (i.e. 1
or 2), not the spa name, to
complete the link.

Setup Complete

The setup is now complete.
You can begin issuing vocal
commands to your spa. i.e.
“Hey Google… ask my spa
pool… turn pumps on”.

Change Spas

If you have a dual-zone spa
or multiple spas you can
switch between available
spas by issuing the “List my
spa”
command at anytime.

How to link your spa to Amazon Alexa

The following instructions assume your Alexa device is powered on, connected to your home WiFi network and
has been linked to your Amazon Alexa account.

Step 1

The first step is to open the
Amazon Alexa app and
navigate to Skills & Games
via the menu bar in the top
left corner.

Step 2

Use the search bar to
search for “My Spa Pool”
and the skill will be
displayed. Tap on the skill to
select it.

Step 3

The next step is to enable
the skill, tap on the Enable
bar.

Step 4

You have now successfully
linked the MySpaPool skill
to your Amazon Alexa
account. The next step is to
link the SpaLink app to your
Alexa account.

Step 5

Open SpaLink, tap Login
and then tap on the
Amazon Alexa logo at top
of screen.

Step 6

Tap on the Login with
Amazon button and confirm
your acceptance to
complete the account link
with SpaLink.

Step 7

With account linked, the
final step is to confirm which
spa to issue commands to.
Start by saying, “Alexa…
start my spa pool”.

Setup Complete

Now say “List my spa” and
Alexa will list any spas
setup on your SpaLink app.
Select the spa number (i.e. 1
or 2), not the spa name, to
complete the link.

Change Spas

You can now issue vocal
commands to your spa. i.e.
“Hey Alexa… ask my spa
pool… turn pumps on”.
To
change spas issue the “List
my spa”
command again.

Vocal Assistance Command List

Google Assistant

Hey/OK Google… ask my spa pool
OR
Hey/OK Google… talk to my spa pool…

Amazon Alexa

Hey Alexa… ask my spa pool

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Action commands

Start my spa
(all pumps, blower & lights on)

Stop my spa
(all pumps, blower & lights off)

Turn pumps on/off
(turns all pumps on/off)

Turn XXX pump on/off
(XXX = 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th)

Turn lights on/off
(lights turn on in last used mode)

Turn lights on XXX
(XXX = White, Fade, Step or Party)

Turn blower on/off

Start/Stop Water Clean Cycle

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Get Commands

What’s the water temperature?
(actual water temp)

What’s the target temperature?
(set temp point)

What’s the operating mode?

What’s the heat pump mode?

Current element boost state?

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Set Commands

Set temperature to XX’C
(XX = 10’C to 40’C)

Set filtration to XX hours
(XX = 1 to 24)

Set operating mode to XXX
(XXX = Normal, Away or Week)

Set heat pump mode to XXX
(XXX = Auto, Heat, Cool or Off)

Set element boost mode to on/off

* Note: Can also use change,
adjust or modify instead of set