Siri Voice Commands: Mastering Text Input

If you are an iPhone, iPad, or iPod user, you are probably familiar with Siri, the intelligent personal assistant that can help you with a variety of tasks on your device. One of the most useful features of Siri is its ability to input text for you using voice commands. In this article, we will provide you with some examples of Siri voice commands that you can use to master text input more efficiently.

#1 Basic Text Input Commands

“Siri, type a message.”
“Siri, dictate a note.”
“Siri, type an email.”
“Siri, send a text message to [contact’s name].”
“Siri, write a new note.”
“Siri, create a new reminder.”

#2 Editing Text Commands

“Siri, delete that.”
“Siri, backspace.”
“Siri, remove the last word.”
“Siri, select all.”
“Siri, move cursor to the end (or beginning) of the line.”
“Siri, highlight word [word].”
“Siri, replace [word] with [word].”
“Siri, capitalize/decapitalize the next word.”

#3 Formatting Text Commands

“Siri, make this bold/italic/underlined.”
“Siri, undo/redo.”
“Siri, align text left/center/right.”
“Siri, change font size to [size].”
“Siri, change font to [font type].”
“Siri, highlight text in [color].”

#4 Punctuation Commands

“Siri, add a period.”
“Siri, add a comma.”
“Siri, add a semicolon.”
“Siri, add an exclamation mark.”
“Siri, add a question mark.”
“Siri, add quotes (or brackets) around [text].”
“Siri, insert ellipsis.”

#5 Spelling and Grammar Commands

“Siri, spell [word].”
“Siri, define [word].”
“Siri, suggest alternative words for [word].”
“Siri, correct [word].”
“Siri, read this back to me.”

These are just a few examples of the many Siri voice commands you can use to master text input on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod. Experiment with different commands and see which ones work best for you. With Siri’s help, you can save time and type more efficiently than ever before.