Apple’s virtual assistant has progressed to a level where you can utilize it to hold whole discussions over instant messages without contacting your iPhone.
Siri can report instant messages, read them for all to hear, and even draft answers for you to send over voice recognition. You’ll have to two or three changes to your Settings to make this conceivable on your iPhone.
Here’s the way you can flawlessly utilize Siri with the Messages application on your iPhone.
How to Make Siri Announce Your Messages
When wearing earphones, Siri can report all approaching messages to you. In the event that you need to utilize this component, this is what you will require:
- Headphones that support Siri. These include the AirPods Max, AirPods (2nd generation), AirPods Pro, Powerbeats, Powerbeats Pro, Beats Solo Pro
- iOS 13 or later on your iPhone
Once you have a set of headphones and an updated iPhone, here’s what you will need to do to activate this feature:
- Go to Settings and tap on Notifications.
- Turn on the toggle for Announce Messages with Siri.
On the off chance that you get an text message in the wake of initiating this component while your earphones are associated, Siri will read out the sender’s name alongside the content that was sent after a toll.
In the event that Siri declares a sender’s name and doesn’t read the message, it implies the instant message was excessively long. On the off chance that you actually need to hear it, you need to request that Siri read it to you.
Note that this feature will not work in case you’re utilizing your gadget when the content shows up. Siri will possibly report messages if your iPhone is bolted. In the event that you need to stop the component to stay away from unsettling influence, simply eliminate your earphones so you don’t physically need to flip the element on and off over and again.
Siri has progressed to the level where it can even answer your calls for you when you’re wearing earphones.
How to Reply to a Message With Siri Using Dictation
In the event that you need to answer to an text message that Siri has recited for all to hear, you can do as such without initiating some other feature in your settings.
After Siri wraps up reading the message, you’ll hear another toll. This toll is your sign to disclose to Siri you’d prefer to answer by saying “Answer.” Then direct your message; Siri will naturally type it out for you.
At the point when you’re finished speaking, Siri will echo your message once again to you and inquire as to whether you need to send it. Answer with a “Yes” to send it out the door.
In the event that you don’t need Siri echoing your messages once again to many a you direct them, this is what you’ll need to do.
- Go to Settings and open Notifications.
- Tap on Announce Messages with Siri.
- Switch on Reply Without Confirmation.
If you want to draft a new message using Siri, you’ll have to press the Home button or Side button and say “Hey, Siri” to do so.
Only Want Specific Messages Read
One issue that may happen is getting such a large number of text without a moment’s delay, and a great deal of them probably won’t be sufficiently critical to require prompt consideration. Luckily, you can pick whose messages are reported and whose aren’t. Here’s the secret:
- Go to Settings and tap Notifications.
- Press Announce Calls With Siri.
- Scroll down and look for the Messages app.
- Choose from either one of the four options according to your preference: Favorites, Recent Contacts, All Contacts, and Everyone.
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