There are so many ways Siri can make your life easier. But if you don't know the proper commands, you might get a lot of unwanted sass. Here's a growing list of tips and tricks that Siri a better personal assistant.
Siri doesn't always get it. Sometimes it's ambient noise, and other times, it's a mystery.
To correct her, swipe down to reveal your initial command, and use the "Tap to edit" option to make a correction. When you're done, Siri will come up with a new answer, and she'll better understand you in the future.
though Siri isn't quite as human as the personal assistant from the movie "Her," she's capable of understanding very human speak. The next time you say a command, don't worry so much about it sounding perfect or being exact -- Siri will figure it out.
You'll sound a little silly, but using punctuation (and smileys) is as easy as saying the punctuation. For example, "Hey comma how are you question mark smiley face" will turn into "Hey, how are you? :-)"
Even though her assertiveness suggests otherwise, the commands you give Siri aren't set in stone.
If you need to change a completed command, follow up immediately by tapping the mic and saying, "Change it."
Siri can be so helpful that it's easy to have a long conversation with the assistant. To recall an answer she gave you earlier in the conversation, just swipe down to scroll up.
For the lognest time, Siri called me "Sharon Prawwwwwfis." Annoying.
If Siri misprounces your name -- or anyone else's -- there's an easy way to correct that.
At any point just say, "That's not how you pronounce [name]" and Siri will take you through a process of correcting it.
If you'd rather use Google search for the answers you need, just say "Google search [your search term]."
This is especially useful if you want to see Google's search cards for things like sports, nutritional information, flights, and language translations.