The Nest Thermostat learns the temperature you like when you're home. And it turns itself down when you're away so you save energy. You can control it from the Nest app. And now, you can even use your voice.
To get started, select the 'Enable Skill' button to link your Nest account* and discover your thermostat(s). Only the Owner Account* can be used to connect to your Nest Thermostat. For further assistance, please refer to http://amzn.to/291lR7u.
After connecting Alexa to your Nest Thermostat in a few simple steps, just say commands** like:
Alexa, set my dining room temperature to 68.
Alexa, increase the master bedroom by 4 degrees.
Alexa, decrease the living room temperature.
Learn more about how Alexa works with Nest: https://nest.com/support/article/Learn-how-to-control-your-Nest-products-with-Amazon-Alexa.
* In order for Alexa to connect to Nest, you must use the Owner Account, i.e. the account that was created to first set up your Nest home. If someone else invited you to create a Nest account to access and control the Nest products in your home, you cannot link Alexa and Nest. More detail here: https://nest.com/support/article/How-the-Owner-of-a-Nest-home-is-different-from-other-people-with-access
** When using this Skill, you need to specify the name of the desired thermostat. The name is equivalent to the location of where the thermostat was installed and can be found and configured in the Nest app. You can also add Nest Thermostats to new or existing groups in the Alexa app (http://amzn.to/2965dCE).
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