Of course, for this you need a smart mixer that supports remote control.
Until recently, the Google Assistant could not interact with all the smart devices that may be in your bathroom. But the company decided to fix this point by adding support for bathrooms and faucets.
Thanks to direct integration with these devices, now users can ask the Google Assistant to fill the bath and even indicate to what level. Or tell the mixer how much water to pour.
Mixers with support for Google Assistant have already been released, but they had to use third-party services as an intermediary, which could lead to various problems. Thanks to the fact that Google has added support smart bathrooms and smart mixers, your commands will be immediately sent to devices.
By the way, humidifiers and dehumidifiers have also been added to the list of devices with native Google Assistant support.
Source: Android Police