I don't know about you, but I feel like I should be using Siri an awful lot more than I do. That goes for all my devices that are Siri-capable, however none more-so than the Apple TV. One of the major selling points is that you can hold down the Siri button on the remote and bark out some commands and, like the (mostly) obedient pup that it is, Siri responds with what you were looking for.
I just need to practice more and every time I do something manually on either my Apple TV or iOS device, I'm going to check myself and ask "Can Siri do this for me quicker?"
One way to help me with this is to use this short post that David Sparks (MacSparky) has diligently created. I've added this to my Daily Reading List and I'm sure that it will all become muscle memory soon enough (repetition is one of the key methods I use to retain information).