Certify and Publish Your Skill
After you design, build, and test your skill, you're ready to certify and publish your skill. To receive certification, your skill must meet requirements for policy, security, functionality, and voice interface and user experience. After your skill passes certification testing, you can publish your skill in the Alexa Skills Store. The Alexa Skills Kit (ASK) includes guidelines and tools to certify and publish skills.
For smart home skills and devices, Amazon has additional certification programs to establish your product's compatibility with Alexa.
Skill certification guidelines
- Alexa Skill Certification Requirements
- Works with Alexa Certification for Smart Home Skills and Devices
Use the following additional resources to help you learn how to certify and publish an Alexa skill. For questions about certification of Alexa skills and features, you can contact Amazon.
Concepts and procedures
- In-Skill Purchase Certification Guide
- Smart Home and Video Skill Certification Guide
- Flash Briefing Skill Certification Checklist
- Certification Guide for List Skills
- Define Skill Store Details and Availability
- Submit Skills for Certification in the Alexa Developer Console
- First steps to a successful skill certification
- Five common errors why Alexa skills don’t get certified — and how to fix them
- How to Create a Child-Directed Skill
- 8 Tips for Effective Skill Description And Metadata Writing
- Five Benchmarks for Writing Dialog that Sounds Great to Alexa Customers
- Best Practices for Controlling Devices Successfully with Your Smart Home Skill
- Five insights to boost skill quality from the Alexa Skills Insights Team
- Top 5 questions from new Alexa developers
- Three ways for you to build skills with Alexa
- Build Your Skill
- Design Your Skill
- Test Your Skill
- Monitor Your Skill and Metrics
- Tools to Create and Manage Skills
- Rollback a Skill
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Last updated: Jan 26, 2024