Does Nest Doorbell Work With Alexa?

Does Nest Doorbell Work With Alexa

When asking the question if Alexa works with Nest Doorbell, the short answer is both yes and no, and let us explain why.

If you switch on the Nest Camera skill in the Alexa app, it will provide you with the video feed of your Doorbell, but only if you have an Echo Spot, Echo Show, Generation 7 and above Fire Tablets, or even a Fire TV to broadcast its live feed.

Once you have those tools set up the rest is pretty straightforward. You are free to enjoy viewing live footage on your Alexa enabled device, and even use voice commands to operate your smart doorbell.

For example, you say “Alexa, show me the front door”, or “Alexa, show me the Doorbell” to access your Nest Hello’s live feed with ease.

So let’s read on the see how to go about connecting Alexa with your Nest Doorbell, and the advantages of doing so.

Does Nest Work With Alexa?

Does Nest Work With Alexa

The short answer is yes, Alexa does integrate with Nest smart devices.

As of now, Alexa fully supports the following Nest devices such as Thermostats, Video doorbell, and Cameras.

So by using Amazon Alexa, you can have hands free control over Nest smart devices that will further enhance your smart home user experience.

Nest’s support for technology such as Alexa lets you have multiple ways of controlling your Nest home when you’re present and even when you’re away!

Using Alexa’s voice commands you can ask what temperature your home is at, check the live-feed in the living room, and more, so having this handy assistant working together with your Nest devices is a good idea.

Today we’re going to talk about the devices which integrate with Alexa, as well as how to go about connecting Nest to Alexa, so read on to find out more!

7 Best Smart Locks For Alexa

7 Best Smart Locks For Alexa

Integrating your smart lock with Alexa opens up the potential for even more efficient command over your door, when executing simple voice commands such as “Alexa, lock the door” or “Alexa, unlock the door” in order to gain entry into your home. Additionally you can also monitor the status of your door from wherever you are at home as well.

However, you should keep in mind that you’ll also need to create a security pin code that Alexa will ask you whenever you want to gain entry. This way, your home will remain secure and protected even with your lock supporting Alexa.

Some smart locks such as the August Smart Lock Pro require a hub or gateway in order to integrate with Alexa, while other models like Schlage Encode with it’s in-built WiFi can be directly integrated with Alexa or Google and you’ll only need a device such as Echo Show or Google Home.

So let’s get right to it and see which smart lock suits you and your home best!

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