How to call and text your contacts via Siriby Carl Smith Software Developer
Siri recollects and also perceives relationships instead of only have a different voice control system. Let’s take some example, users can tell Siri to call their father’s iPhone, and Siri will get to know who are you calling and what contact number to dial. Siri also can forward iMessages or text, and even email any of your friends, family, or colleagues. It doesn’t matter how you like to contact, staying in touch with your relatives is made easier by Siri.
Methods of setting communication relationships with Siri
- By clicking and repress the Home button or pronounce, “Hey, Siri” to install Siri.
- Tell Siri regarding relationships. Take an example: “Michael Ramsey is my friend” — by remembering your contacts confirm whether that contact is on your phonebook or not.
- Say or tap Yes when Siri wants a confirmation from you. Siri gives you a confirmation message that the relationship has been added.
Methods of adding relationship data by using contact app:
- Start the Contacts app.
- Click on your Contact card
- Click the Edit button on the menu list.
- Move forward and click add a related name.
- Click the relationship type as a default; it will be “friend”.
- Tap a relationship type or make a custom label.
- Select the info button located near the related name. It is a symbol like a circle with “I” alphabet.
- Click a contact
- Select Done on the upper right once you completed.
Now, when you say as like, “Call my boss”, Siri will remember this and get connected to that person you want to call.
Robert Coleman is a Microsoft Office expert and has been working in the technical industry since 2002. As a technical expert, Robert has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as office.com/setup.
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