- Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
- Tap “General.”
- Tap “Accessibility.”
- Tap “VoiceOver.”
- Turn on “Type to Siri.”
- Open the Notes app on your iPhone.
- Tap the “+” sign in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
- Tap the microphone icon in the lower right-hand corner of the screen.
- Dictate your note.
- Tap “Done” in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
Learn how to type on apple watch using the tips and tricks in this blog post.
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Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
Open the Settings app on your iPhone.
Tap General > Keyboard.
Tap Add New Keyboard.
Tap the emoji keyboard you want to use.
Open the Settings app on apple watch Tap “General.” Depending on your model, you may need to scroll down using the Digital Crown to find this option.
On your iPhone, open watch app Tap the “My Watch” tab, then scroll down and tap “General.” Tap “Accessibility,” then turn on “Type to Siri.”
If you’re using apple watch with watchOS 6 or earlier, you can use VoiceOver to hear spoken descriptions of what’s on your screen and to enter text. You can also use Siri to enter text.
To turn on VoiceOver:
– Open the Settings app on apple watch
– Tap Accessibility.
– Tap VoiceOver, then turn on VoiceOver.
To enter text with VoiceOver:
1. Press and hold the Digital Crown to activate Siri, then say “Turn on VoiceOver.” Or open the Settings app, tap Accessibility, tap VoiceOver, then turn on VoiceOver.
2. Tap an element on the screen to hear a description of it andselect it. To select an item without activating it, double-tap it instead of tapping it once. To cancel an action, triple-tap the screen.
3. To enter text, tap where you want to enter text, start speaking. Your words appear as they’re being spoken.. For example, say “new line” to move to a new line or “delete that” to delete what you just spoke.. To end a sentence, say “period,” “question mark,” or “exclamation point.” You can also add punctuation marks by saying their names out loud.. When you finish speaking, tap the Send button .
Turn on “Type to Siri.”
If you want to type to Siri, first you need to turn on the feature in the Watch app on your iPhone. To do this, open the Watch app, and tap general > Siri. Turn on Type to Siri.
When you turn on Type to Siri, you can activate Siri by saying “Hey Siri” or pressing and holding the Digital Crown. You can also type by tapping the microphone icon on the keyboard. To use scribble, write each letter of a word individually.
Open the Notes app on your iPhone.
Open the Notes app on your iPhone. Tap the + button in the upper-right corner, then tap New Note.
Type a few words, then tap and hold the Globe key . When you see Trackpad, tap it to turn it on.
Touch and hold the space bar with three fingers, then drag up or down to scroll. You can also double-tap with three fingers to scroll quickly.
Tap the “+” sign in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
If you want to type on your Apple Watch, you’ll need to use the Dictation feature. To do this, tap the “+” sign in the upper right-hand corner of the screen. Then, say what you want to type. The Watch will transcribe your words into text.
Tap the microphone icon in the lower right-hand corner of the screen.
When you’re replying to a message or email, or typing out a quick note, the Apple Watch’s tiny on-screen keyboard probably won’t cut it. That’s where Siri comes in. The voice assistant can not only parse your voice commands with surprising accuracy, but it can also type out messages and emails for you. Here’s how to use Siri to type on your Apple Watch.
First, open up the app you want to type in—whether that’s Messages, Mail, or Notes. Then, tap the microphone icon in the lower right-hand corner of the screen. You can also summon Siri by holding down the Digital Crown; just make sure “Hey Siri” is turned on in the Watch app on your iPhone.
Once Siri is listening, dictate your message or email like you would to any other voice assistant. You can also say things like “new line” or “all caps [word]” to add some formatting flair. When you’re finished, hit Send (or tap Done on the Notes app).
Dictate your note.
With Siri, you can dictation your notes on your Apple Watch. Just open the Notes app and say “Hey Siri, start dictating my note.” Siri will then transcribe your words into text. You can also add emojis by saying “add emoji” or “get emoji keyboard.”
Tap “Done” in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.
To finish typing and return to the previous screen, tap “Done” in the upper right-hand corner of the screen.