How to use Samsung's smart fridge to help manage your food inventory Video
How to use Samsung's smart fridge to help manage your food inventory Video Transcript
Hi, I'm Katie Pilkington for CNET and I'm standing next to the Samsung RF4289HARS refrigerator. In today's how-to video, we're gonna be showing you how to utilize the grocery manager app on the LCD touchscreen. So, I just got back from the grocery store with this sauce so that we could demonstrate for you how to use the grocery manager in a real-time way. So from this dock at the bottom of the LCD screen, you're gonna select the grocery manager. To add food, press this button. So you're gonna here and click the sauce button and drag it with your finger over to the fridge. And then you'll see a purchase date and an expiration date that you're supposed to key in. So, we are going to input that information and then hit save and it's as easy as that. To add more food, you're gonna click the same add food button and the same food menu will appear. So hypothetically if we had bought vegetables, we would take the vegetable button and drag it and place it anywhere on the fridge and repeat the same process. So after you've added all of your food and click save, you'll come back to the screen, which will be a representation of the inside of your refrigerator and its contents. So, we have our vegetables and our sauces here. We can click on it and it will show us the expiration date and tells us in this box how soon it expires. We can also set a reminder for ourselves about the product whether it is already expired, whether it expires today, in 1 day, or in 3 days. With the Samsung RF4289HARS refrigerator, I'm Katie Pilkington for CNET.
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