- 1 Overview of Nest
- 2 Blockchain
- 3 Network
- 4 Support
- 5 Transactions
- 6 As a Works with Nest developer, how can I access my own device data?
- 7 How long does an alarm battery last?
- 8 If I migrate to Google, will my Nest data be used to personalize Google services unrelated to my connected home experience?
- 9 How do I use NEST?
- 10 Can I continue to use my Nest device with Google Assistant after migrating?
- 11 How long does AC Delco battery last?
- 12 If I migrate accounts, how will my Nest devices work with Google’s connected home devices and services?
- 13 How can I make my Google Account more secure?
- 14 You haven’t finished your review yet, want to submit as-is?
- 15 How is Works with Google Assistant different from Works with Nest?
- 16 What happens to my Nest subscriptions if I don’t migrate my account to Google?
- 17 Is the Nest Hub worth it?
- 18 How long does Nest detect battery last?
- 19 Are you sure?
- 20 What happens to my Nest subscriptions if I migrate my account to Google?
- 21 Still looking for electricity?
- 22 Where can I find out more information on Works with Google Assistant and the Actions on Google Smart Home developer program?
- 23 How will Google use data from my Nest Account for ads?
- 24 Will security updates be available for devices of Nest Account holders that don’t migrate to a Google Account?
- 25 Will new users of Nest services be required to use Google Accounts?
- 26 Where will my Nest Account data be after I migrate to a Google Account?
- 27 Why should I use NEST?
- 28 What is NEST?
- 29 Is Nest going away?
- 30 What happens to my energy services if I migrate my account to Google?
- 31 What happens if I don’t migrate to a Google Account?
- 32 What’s happening to the Works with Nest program?
- 33 How will Google use my Nest Account data if I migrate to a Google Account?
- 34 What Terms of Service apply if I migrate from my Nest Account to a Google Account?
- 35 Why is Nest asking me to migrate my existing Nest Account to a Google Account?
- 36 What will happen to my connection with Alexa? Will it stop working?
- 37 What will happen to my Works with Nest connections if I migrate my Nest Account to Google?
- 38 What’s happening at Nest?
- 39 What happens to my existing Works with Nest connections if I don’t migrate my Nest Account to Google? When will my connections stop working?
- 40 What’s included in my Nest Account data?
- 41 What will happen to the Nest app?
- 42 Will the homes and family members in my Google Home app match the ones in my Nest app?
- 43 History of Nest
Overview of Nest
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As a Works with Nest developer, how can I access my own device data?
If you are a Works with Nest developer with a Nest Account, you can download an archive of your Nest data by going here.If you migrate to a Google Account, you will be able to download your Nest data by going here.
How long does an alarm battery last?
Most alarm system backup batteries last between 3 and 5 years.
When you actively interact with other Google services using your Nest devices, such as when you use your Nest devices with the Google Assistant, your device data can be used to personalize those services and your other Google experiences, subject to your Google settings.However, when you are not interacting with other Google services, your Nest device usage and device sensor data are used as explained above.This data is used for purposes such as offering features related to the connected home and enabling safety and security across Google services.At this time, this data is not used to personalize other Google services unrelated to your connected home experience.We will continue to work to offer new features and experiences and more integrations across other Google services, and as we do that, we’ll be transparent and give you controls to manage your information.
How do I use NEST?
You can use NEST either with the interpreted programming language Python (PyNEST) or as a stand alone application (nest).PyNEST provides a set of commands to the Python interpreter which give you access to NEST’s simulation kernel.With these commands, you describe and run your network simulation.You can also complement PyNEST with PyNN, a simulator-independent set of Python commands to formulate and run neural simulations.While you define your simulations in Python, the actual simulation is executed within NEST’s highly optimized simulation kernel which is written in C++.
Can I continue to use my Nest device with Google Assistant after migrating?
Yes, when migrating your Nest Account, just choose the same Google Account you are using for the Google Assistant.
How long does AC Delco battery last?
It took mine 5 1/2 years.
If I migrate accounts, how will my Nest devices work with Google’s connected home devices and services?
Your Nest devices will become a part of Google Nest’s suite of connected home devices and services, which will include devices and services like Google Home Mini, the Home app, and related connected home services.If you migrate to a Google Account, you can use one account across all of these devices and services.
How can I make my Google Account more secure?
All Google Accounts come with automatic and risk-based sign-in protections.We recommend you take the Security Checkup after migrating to a Google Account.Security Checkup provides personalized guidance to help you secure your account and manage your online security.Setting up 2-Step Verification (2SV) strengthens the security of your Google Account by adding a second verification step whenever you sign in, such as prompts from a trusted device or the use of a physical security key (the strongest form of 2SV).If you previously had Nest’s 2-Step Verification account security feature enabled, your Nest Account security settings will not transfer to your Google Account.Set up 2SV for your Google Account by visiting g.co/2sv and clicking Get Started.Learn more about making your Google Account more secure.
You haven’t finished your review yet, want to submit as-is?
You can always edit your review after.
How is Works with Google Assistant different from Works with Nest?
Works with Nest allows many third-party partners direct access and control of your Nest devices (with your permission).Works with Google Assistant enables all your connected devices to be controlled by the Google Assistant through voice, the Google Home or Assistant apps, or through Home View on smart displays (again, with your permission).From the Home or Assistant apps, you can set up multi-device automated actions, such as morning or bedtime routines, through Assistant Routines.Third parties will no longer be able to ask for permission to directly access or control your Nest devices, thus keeping your data more private.
What happens to my Nest subscriptions if I don’t migrate my account to Google?
If you choose not to migrate your account to Google, you can only purchase subscriptions through the Nest Store on nest.com.Your current subscriptions will continue to renew according to your billing cycle.
Is the Nest Hub worth it?
Outside of the larger questions about personal data collection and security, Google’s Nest products are some of its least problematic in terms of execution.Where the Pixel 5, Pixel Buds and Pixelbook Go have device-defining tech issues, the Nest Hub works as advertised.I’m leaning towards this being my go-to sleep tracking device and I like its role as a hub and screen for cooking.
How long does Nest detect battery last?
A Google Nest battery can last up to two years, however they do fail sometimes.If the Nest application indicates that the battery has failed, you can replace it with a new Panasonic CR123 or Energizer CR123 lithium battery.Battery replacement is easy.
Are you sure?
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What happens to my Nest subscriptions if I migrate my account to Google?
You should not see disruption to your Nest subscriptions, such as your Nest Aware service, if you migrate to a Google Account.If you migrate your Nest Account to a Google Account, before you can purchase any new subscriptions, you must migrate your existing Nest subscriptions to Google Pay.After migrating to a Google Account, you will only be able to purchase new subscriptions from the Google Store and not the Nest Store.
Still looking for electricity?
Reliant has a wide variety of plans ready to fit your life and all the ways you use energy.You’ll find several that come with a Google Nest device at no additional cost.
Where can I find out more information on Works with Google Assistant and the Actions on Google Smart Home developer program?
If you’re a Nest user, check out the Works with Google Assistant site to learn how to use your Google Assistant to set up access and control devices from Google, Nest, and our partners.
How will Google use data from my Nest Account for ads?
Will security updates be available for devices of Nest Account holders that don’t migrate to a Google Account?
Yes, as a general practice, our device security updates are made available to users regardless of account type.
Will new users of Nest services be required to use Google Accounts?
Yes.New users of Nest services will automatically start with a Google Account at the same time that we make the migration option available to existing users this summer.They will automatically benefit from Google Account security, a set of privacy commitments from Google Nest that apply across our connected home devices and services, and seamless user experiences.
Where will my Nest Account data be after I migrate to a Google Account?
Why should I use NEST?
To learn more about the capabilities of NEST, see the Feature summary.
What is NEST?
NEST is a simulator for spiking neural network models that focuses on the dynamics, size and structure of neural systems rather than on the exact morphology of individual neurons.The development of NEST is coordinated by the NEST Initiative.
Is Nest going away?
Since Nest joined Google’s hardware team last year, we’ve been working to make the smart home less complicated, and well, more helpful.A home where products are easy to set up, simple to manage and work seamlessly together.Today, we’re committing to that goal by bringing together all Nest and Home products under the Nest brand.Introducing Google Nest.Nest devices will continue to be available, and will be sold under the Google Nest brand.Later this summer, Nest users will have the ability to migrate to Google Accounts and manage all of their Nest and Google Home devices and services with one account.
What happens to my energy services if I migrate my account to Google?
Nest Labs, Inc.will continue to administer, on Google’s behalf and subject to Google’s instructions, some existing Nest services, such as energy programs and Nest Aware.You can continue to manage your energy services through the Nest app.Some of these programs will transition to Google over time.
What happens if I don’t migrate to a Google Account?
As Nest offers new connected home devices and services in the future, many of those will only be available to our users with Google Accounts.That’s why we strongly recommend all our Nest users migrate to Google Accounts and benefit from enhanced security, a set of privacy commitments from Google that apply across Google Nest connected home devices and services, and seamless user experiences.New users of Nest services will automatically start with a Google Account at the same time we make the migration option available to current users this summer.Migrating from a Nest Account to a Google Account is optional.If you don’t migrate your Nest Account, you’ll remain subject to existing terms and privacy policies of Nest Labs, Inc.listed here.If there are any changes to our existing offerings available to you, we’ll make sure to keep you informed.
What’s happening to the Works with Nest program?
Works with Nest was created in 2014, at a time when there was no single place to manage and control Nest devices alongside other smart home devices.The connected home has evolved significantly since then, and how people interact with and manage their devices has changed as well.Voice interaction and device control is at the center of today’s connected home experience, and the Google Assistant has evolved into a leading home developer platform.Moving forward, our team will focus on delivering a single consumer and developer experience through the Works with Google Assistant program – a one-stop shop to enable rich cross-product integrations to build a more helpful home.
How will Google use my Nest Account data if I migrate to a Google Account?
What Terms of Service apply if I migrate from my Nest Account to a Google Account?
You will be subject to the Google Terms of Service if you migrate to a Google Account, as supplemented by these Nest Terms of Service.If you’re based in the European Economic Area or Switzerland, unless stated otherwise in any additional terms, Google services (including the Nest services if you migrate) are provided by Google Ireland Limited, a company incorporated and operating under the laws of Ireland (Registered Number: 368047), and located at Gordon House, Barrow Street, Dublin 4, Ireland.
Why is Nest asking me to migrate my existing Nest Account to a Google Account?
Right now, our users manage multiple accounts, permissions, and settings across our connected home devices and services.Moving to a unified Google Account will give Nest users the benefit of a single account, seamless experiences, and the ability to align homes and home members across the Nest and Google Home apps.We strongly recommend account migration to Google for all of our users.Having a single account will also enable Nest and Google Home devices and services to work more seamlessly together – for example, if you have a Nest thermostat and a Google Home, just say, “Hey Google, make it warmer” to turn up the heat without any additional setup.Keep reading for details about how Nest users’ data will be used and to learn about your options, including customizing your Google Account settings.Learn about Nest’s commitment to privacy in the home here.
What will happen to my connection with Alexa? Will it stop working?
We recognize you may want your Nest devices to work with other connected ecosystems.We’re working with Amazon to migrate the Nest skill that lets you control your Nest thermostat and view your Nest camera livestream via Amazon Alexa.Additionally, we’re working with other partners to offer connected experiences that deliver more custom integrations.
What will happen to my Works with Nest connections if I migrate my Nest Account to Google?
If you are the owner of a Nest home (you can see your account status in your Nest app settings under Settings > Family), you must remove all your Works with Nest connections before you can migrate to a Google Account.Those connections will not be supported when you use a Google Account.When you migrate, we’ll give you an opportunity to review your Works with Nest connections and decide how you wish to proceed.Important: If you decide to migrate to a Google Account, it will remove your Works with Nest connections and they will no longer work.This action is not reversible.
What’s happening at Nest?
Learn about Google Nest, account changes, Works with Nest, and more.
What happens to my existing Works with Nest connections if I don’t migrate my Nest Account to Google? When will my connections stop working?
Your existing devices and integrations will continue working with your Nest Account, however you won’t have access to new features that will be available with a Google Account.If we make changes to the existing WWN connections available to you with your Nest Account, we will make sure to keep you informed.We’ll stop accepting new WWN connections on August 31, 2019.Once your WWN functionality is available on the Works with Google Assistant platform you can migrate with minimal disruption from a Nest Account to a Google Account.For WWN integrations that cannot be migrated, you will have the option to maintain those integrations with your Nest Account, however, you won’t have access to new features that will be available with a Google Account.Learn more on our Works with Nest blog.
What’s included in my Nest Account data?
Your Nest Account data consists of the personal data associated with your existing non-migrated Nest Account, collected under Nest’s terms and privacy policies here.
What will happen to the Nest app?
At this time, the Nest app will continue to be available.Over the next few months, users with Nest Accounts will be invited to migrate to Google Accounts, benefiting from industry-leading security protections and a single account across the Nest and Google Home apps, as well as all of Google’s other products.And having a single account will let Nest and Google Home devices work together in new ways.For example, Nest Hub (formerly Google Home Hub) can show live video from the Nest Hello video doorbell when someone rings the bell, so you can see who’s at the front door – without any additional setup.
Will the homes and family members in my Google Home app match the ones in my Nest app?
History of Nest
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