After September 29, 2023, Google will no longer support the legacy Nest skills for Alexa. To continue controlling Nest devices through Alexa, you need to migrate your Nest account to Google and activate the new Google Nest Skill for Alexa. You don't need to make any changes if you already use the new skill.
The latest Google Nest skill for Alexa allows you to control all your Nest thermostats, cameras, and doorbells. Note that the skill only works with migrated Google accounts. After migrating your account to Google, you can use the Google Home App to create routines and custom scripts to automate your home. You can use the script editor as well, now available in Public Preview.
How to switch
Follow these steps to switch to the latest Google Nest skill for Alexa:
Disable the old Nest Alexa skill: To disable the old Nest Alexa skill, open the Alexa app with your Alexa account. Tap More, and select Skills & Games and scroll down to Your skills. Find the Nest Alexa skill and disable it.
Remove all Nest Devices manually from the Alexa app: To remove all Nest Devices manually from the Alexa app, open the Alexa app and go to the Devices tab. Select the Nest device you want to remove and tap Remove Device.
Enable the new Google Nest Alexa skill from the Google Home app: Open the Google Home app with your Google account. Choose Settings at the bottom of the screen and tap + Add. Choose Service then Amazon Alexa skill. Follow the instructions on the screen to enable the skill in the Alexa app.
For more information on Works with Nest ending and moving to Works with Google Home, visit our Help Center. As we continue to move from Works with Nest to Works with Google Home, we’ll continue to provide you with updates. Be sure to check back in the community for all the latest news.