Yes, many smart home devices can be controlled using voice commands through smart speakers with built-in voice assistants like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant. For example, you can use voice commands to turn on/off smart lights, adjust the temperature of your smart thermostat, play music on your smart speaker, or lock/unlock your smart lock.
To use voice commands, you’ll need to make sure that your smart home devices are compatible with your smart speaker and that they’re set up to work together. Typically, this involves linking your smart home devices to your smart speaker through a mobile app or voice assistant.
Once your smart home devices are set up and linked to your smart speaker, you can start using voice commands to control them. For example, you could say “Alexa, turn on the lights,” “Hey Google, lock the front door,” or “Alexa, set the thermostat to 72 degrees.”
Using voice commands to control your smart home devices can be a convenient way to manage your home office environment without having to get up from your desk or reach for your phone or tablet.