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I actually had the same question, I've been meaning to ask. Suppose I build a trivia app or a jokes app for specific types of jokes/humor. Assume, I develop without an API, initially. I just hard code what Alexa should say. Let's just use one example, I like humor based on "things actually said in court." Do I need to have Alexa vocalize the source of the content ( "From example.com I found this..." ) or is it ok to simply cite the source on the Alexa App card? That seems to be what I am hearing but I want to be sure.
For the jokes app, I could just have Alexa say, "I found this on Book Name" with further details on the card in the Alexa app. Would that be necessary? My trivia app would rely on multiple sources, so the UX would be less than desirable to have Alexa vocalize each and every website, book or other source.
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