Reminder next Ottawa GTT meeting March 14 6-8 PM 20 James street all about siri, dictation, google. Talking to your phone. 

Reminder GTT Ottawa meeting Tonight Monday March 14 from 6-8 PM. 20 James street. Our topic for the night is talking to your phone: how to use siri, dictation, google, most effectively with your tablets and phones. 

What are the differences between siri and dictation? 

Which gives you better results when searching siri or google? 

Bring your questions and tips and tricks. 

Time: 6-8 PM March 14. 

location: 20 James street. 

For more information call Kim at 

613-567-0311 

gttprogram@gmail.com 

Reminder next Ottawa GTT evening meeting Monday March 14 from 6-8 Pm all about siri, dictation, and talking to your devices.

We had a very successful national teleconference call all about siri and dictation.  I find that a lot of people want to know more and want to know the difference between siri and dictation.  Also, what about the google voice search?  How good is it?

Come and join us and talk about how we can best talk to our phones and other tablets and devices.

The meeting will be at 6 Pm eastern on Monday March 14 at CCB national office 20 James street.

For more information call or e-mail Kim at 

(613) 567-0311 x 513

or 

gttprogram@gmail.com

Reminder next GTT national conference call all about talking to your Iphone, Ipad, or Ipod touch. Our next GTT national conference call will take place on Wednesday February 10 at 7 PM Eastern, 4 PM Pacific time. Our topic for this call is how to talk to your phone. Ever wondered how to use Siri on an Iphone, Ipad, or Ipod touch? What can you ask of her? Also what is the difference between Siri and Dictation? What about the google voice app? Join us learn together as we share our tips and tricks and even outrageous and funny things you can ask siri. Please RSVP to Kim so she has an idea of numbers. You can email her at gttprogram@gmail.com Or call her at 1-877-304-0968 X 513. Call in info is 1-866-740-1260 Passcode 5670311 

Next GTT national conference call Wednesday February 10 7 PM Eastern 4 Pacific.  Talking to your I Device:  how can you best work with siri? 

Our next GTT national conference call will take place on Wednesday February 10 at 7 PM Eastern, 4 PM Pacific time. Our topic for this call is how to talk to your phone. 

Ever wondered how to use Siri on an Iphone, Ipad, or Ipod touch? 

What can you ask of her? 

Also what is the difference between Siri and Dictation? 

What about the google voice app? 

Join us learn together as we share our tips and tricks and even outrageous and funny things you can ask siri. 

Please RSVP to Kim so she has an idea of numbers. 

You can email her at 

gttprogram@gmail.com 

Or call her at 1-877-304-0968 X 513. 

Call in info is 

1-866-740-1260 Passcode 5670311 

Useful guide for those who use Siri on their I devices.

Posted by Kim Kilpatrick

 

I read this user guide this morning and did not know that you could dictate so much punctuation using siri and the dictate feature on your I device.

Thanks to the person who sent this to me as well.

For voiceover users, you use siri by pressing and holding the home button until you hear a beep.

I actually find it easier to use the dictate function as it lets you dictate at your leisure.

For voiceover users, any time you are in an edit field of any kind, (that could be in a text message, e-mail, note, Facebook or twitter post, ETC) do a two finger double tap and dictation is started.

Speak and when you are done, repeat the two finger double tap anywhere on your screen and dictation stops.

Remember, that the two finger double tap is an extremely useful gesture.

It starts and stops just about anything.

 

Music, Podcasts, dictation, answers or ends a call etc.

Here is the link to the dictation guide.

This web site also contains a very useful guide all about siri.

Enjoy and happy 2015.

http://www.siriuserguide.com/siri-dictation-guide/

To get in touch with me at any time, e-mail

gttprogram@rogers.com

Or call me at 

(613) 567-0311

Or 

1-877-304-0968 Toll-free