Siri is simply awesome! You can ask Siri to schedule meetings, set alarms or reminders, call a contact or show weather details. Now, how awesome it would be if Siri could to do things in Noteshelf 2?
Go ahead and ask Siri,
“Create a new note in Noteshelf 2”.
Now, try saying these to Siri.
“Take a note called ‘History’ in Noteshelf 2”
“Find a note ‘History’ in Noteshelf 2”
“Open a note ‘History’ in Noteshelf 2”
That was great, wasn’t it?
Siri can do more in Noteshelf 2
iOS 12 has introduced Siri shortcuts. Let’s see what this mean to us, Noteshelf-ers?
Opening the notebook, “Meetings” is my daily ritual. I take note of all I want to accomplish on the day, record my fleeting thoughts and chalk out a plan for world domination. 😉 I open this notebook many times during my day at work and asking Siri “Open a note called ‘meetings’ in Noteshelf 2” every time would be such a tiring thing to do. I would want something short and simple like, ‘meetings’ to open the notebook for me. With Siri shortcuts for iOS 12, I can make this happen! All I need to do is,
- Open my ‘Meetings’ notebook
- Go to ‘Notebook Options’ in the settings menu
- Tap on ‘Add to Siri’
- Record my personalized phrase, ‘Meetings’.
Done! Now, all I need to say is ‘Meetings’ and Siri will open this notebook for me!
Siri has made our lives easier and I am sure the fine folks at Apple will continue to make more of such awesome tech. We at Noteshelf 2 will work to give you the best note-taking experience!
Do you have a feature suggestion for us? We are all ears for your suggestions, shoot them out to noteshelf(at)fluidtouch(dot)biz.