Now that you've built and tested your skill for Alexa, you're ready to submit it for certification. After your skill passes certification, it will be published in the Alexa Skills Store for anyone to discover and use. There, your skill can reach tens of millions of customers through devices with Alexa like Amazon Echo, Echo Dot, and Echo Show.
Refer to our Smart Home Skill Publishing Guide to ensure your skill meets the special certification requirements for this skill type.
Use our checklist to make sure your skill's content, associated images, URLs, and descriptions meet Amazon's policy.
Perform these tests to ensure your skill has a robust voice user interface and meets the requirements for certification.
Evaluate your customer experience with these functional tests. And make sure your skill meets the bar for responsiveness.
Check the Alexa app for user feedback. Learn what your customers like best about your skill as well as what additional features they'd like to see.
Dive into usage data on your metrics dashboard. Analyze data points and visualizations on customers, sessions, utterances, and intents.
Add new functionalities and evolve your skill using Amazon Web Services (AWS). Build a professional-grade backend that can handle usage spikes.
Build and host most Alexa skills for free using (AWS). Apply to receive AWS promotional credits if you incur AWS usage charges for your skill.
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