How to make custom commands in Voice Control for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch – Apple Support

How to make custom commands in Voice Control for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch – Apple Support


Save time when you’re using
Voice Control by adding custom commands. Here’s how. In Settings, scroll down
and tap Accessibility. ♪ Music playing ♪ Tap Voice Control,
and then tap Customize Commands. Tap Create New Command. Enter the phrase you’ll say. For this example,
enter “Insert my address.” Now tap Action. In the list of actions,
tap Insert Text. Then tap the text field
at the bottom and enter your address as you’d like Voice Control
to type it. 2-2-6 Admiral Road, comma,
Buffalo, comma, N-Y, 1-4-2-1-6. When you’re done,
tap New Command to go back. And finally, tap Save. The next time
you’re editing text, you can say “Insert my address”
to enter your address. Even more control. ♪

14 thoughts on “How to make custom commands in Voice Control for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch – Apple Support

  1. Hi

  2. Why i can’t download voice control in my iphone ? Can you help me ?

  3. Finally, this will help me!

  4. Very cool feature 😄

  5. Are there not voice commands to replace having to tap the screen? I think the people who need voice control might also need that feature or it explained in this same video as they are likely not able to see or type so well.

  6. Thx

  7. The save option is not available

  8. I am loving all these how to videos!!! Keep em coming!

  9. NICE!!!

  10. Hi

  11. The IPhone 6s has an issue when active

  12. This feature has somuch promise! However, if I leave this feature turned on my iPhone gets really warm! This tells me that battery drain is a problem for this feature! Please continue to refine and I will think it sublime! Cheers… Keith

  13. It’s not working very well in I phone 6s

  14. Amazing! Great vids!

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