Is there a simple way to change the wifi network on all the devices in your "Home"? I have tried repeatedly, to no avail. There has to be a better way to do this other then factory reset all the devices and point them to a new wifi network one at a time. Please help,
No, unfortunately. The steps to change Wi-Fi network vary by device:
If you're comfortable changing your router's settings, an easier option would be to change the Wi-Fi network name and password to the same as before. Your devices should then automatically connect.
I did receive davidking's answer. I am a network engineer by trade. I cannot believe that google nest audio has not deployed an easier fix to wifi association with their products other than "Factory resetting" each one at a time. I also realize that I can name the new wifi SSID the same as the old wifi SSID. There are many reasons that this may not work. One would be if you have a mesh connection between devices on the network. Most every other wifi device on the market allows for configurations via a GUI.
We're always looking for ways to improve -- we'll take this as feedback. You can also send feedback using your device by saying, "Hey Google, send feedback." Visit this link for more steps.
We know this is not the best answer that you're looking for, but let us know if you still have other questions otherwise, I'll be locking this after 24 hours.