Creating notes with Siri on HomePod is as straightforward as it’s on iOS devices. As long as your command is precise, the virtual assistant would get your job done without any hiccups.
Get started to quickly make a note on the Siri based speaker so that your upcoming birthday party becomes a huge hit. And, if you ever come up with something exciting, just ask the intelligent personal assistant to add it to the note. Just make sure your iPhone and HomePod are connected to the same Wi-Fi network.
How to Make Notes with Siri on HomePod
- “Hey Siri, add a note called bachelor’s party.”
- “Hey Siri, add iTunes gift card to my bachelor’s party list.”
- “Hey Siri, create a note called the fun time.”
- “Hey Siri, add boating and skiing to my fun time note.”
- “Hey Siri, add a note called new trip ideas.”
- “Hey Siri, add street food to the new trip ideas note.”
How to Disable Personal Requests on HomePod
While it’s a useful feature, it’s not secure as anyone near the speaker can make notes and reminders using Siri. Luckily, there is a way to turn off Personal Requests on the speaker. To do so, jump over to this post.
Over 100 Siri Commands for HomePod
We have listed out more than 100 Siri commands for HomePod to let you control music, HomeKit accessories and more with ease. Do check them out.
That’s pretty much it!
Have your say
Siri needs to get its act together to be as versatile as its rivals. I’m sure it’s going to get a lot smarter and have more skill sooner than later. What do you think?
You might want to read these posts as well:
- How to Disable Listening History on HomePod
- How to Use HomePod as a Speakerphone
- How to Create Reminders on HomePod
- How to Use HomePod with Apple TV