Frequently asked questions relating to Nest in conjunction with Home Connect
Until August 31, 2019, Home Connect users can continue to use their Home Connect enabled appliances in combination with Nest devices and functionalities.
As of September 1, 2019, Home Connect and Works with Nest users with a Nest account will be able to utilise its functions with, amongst others, the following limitations:
- Nest account holders will not have access to new Nest features.
- Nest accounts will only receive security updates by Nest (not functionality updates).
- Users with a Nest account will not be able to set up new Works with Nest connections. However, they will be able to use any connections/automations they had set up prior to August 31, 2019.
- If Nest and Home Connect users merge their Nest account to a Google account (an option that will be offered by Google), they will not be able to use the functionality with Home Connect anymore.
For further information please visit Nest’s FAQ .
Nest is available with Home Connect in a growing number of countries. Please check the Nest website in your country or Home Connect’s country-specific website to find out whether Nest works with Home Connect in your country.
At the moment, several applications are available for ovens, hobs, cooker hoods, fridges, washing machines, dryers and coffee machines.
By clicking on the "Disconnect" button in the top right-hand corner of the "Integrated services" area in Nest.
Due to legal restrictions, some appliances (e.g. hobs) cannot be switched off remotely. However, you do receive an alert via the Home Connect app.
No, you can't. You can only operate your home appliances via the Home Connect app.