Scrambling to keep tidy and get your work done? Connect your AI-powered appliances for ultimate smart control! Working at the office isn't easy with project deadlines, client meetings and constant phone calls. But working at home isn't all fun and games either, dealing with all this and household chores that keep piling on. It's easy to feel like you have to be a multitasking machine to stay on top of everything, but when you can control your appliances with the single click of a button or a simple voice command, multitasking really isn't all that hard. Today's smart technology can connect everything in the home, from your lights and TVs to the thermostat and robot vacuum. Virtual assistants like Amazon Alexa or the Google Assistant let you control them all with just your voice, as do convenient smartphone apps. For instance, with the LG ThinQ app, you can remotely control, schedule and monitor a whole range of LG appliances - such as the washer, dryer, robotic vacuum and air conditioner - with a touch of a finger or simple voice command. Simply check how long is left on your wash cycle with your phone and receive alerts when the cycle is complete. The LG ThinQ app even informs you when it's time to empty your robot vacuum and lets you set its daily cleaning schedule, and lets you adjust and monitor the temperature of every room with your LG smart air conditioner. This level of control enables you to quickly take care of several chores on your to-do list and still have time to spare before that conference call begins. And for added peace of mind, LG smart appliances can also tell you when it's time to clean filters, order more detergent and even if you left your refrigerator door open.
Keep calm and stay smart! Working from home can be difficult to manage, but with tech companies introducing a range of innovative solutions to make life indoors more efficient, there's plenty of room in the home for both productivity and relaxation. With the latest smart home technologies at your disposal, that report is as good as done. Please follow the government directions to stay at home and practice smart social distancing.