Imagine a situation when you are working on your Mac in a library. Suddenly, an interesting question comes to your mind, and you wish to take the help of Siri. Wouldn’t you feel a bit inconvenient to speak your query to the virtual assistant; considering others would get disturbed by your conversation? Yes, you would. But now you will no longer have to face such embarrassment as you can use Type to Siri in macOS Mojave or High Sierra on your Mac.
So, the next time you find it a bit inconvenient to speak any command to Siri, do take advantage of this useful feature. Speaking the truth; the written command works a bit more effectively than the spoken ones as the virtual assistant doesn’t have to put much effort to understand it. It can be very helpful not just for the differently-abled people but also for those who are not the native speakers of English.
How to Enable “Type to Siri” in macOS Mojave or High Sierra on Mac
A quick glance at what we have covered in this post:
- Enable Type to Siri in macOS Mojave or High Sierra
- How to Use Type to Siri in macOS Mojave/High Sierra
- How to Disable Type to Siri in Mojave/macOS High Sierra
Enable Type to Siri in macOS Mojave
Step #1. First off, click on the Apple icon at the top-left corner of the screen → Next, click on System Preferences.
Step #2. Now, you need to click on Accessibility.
Step #3. Click on Siri.
Step #4. Check the box next to “Enable Type to Siri.”
How to Use Type to Siri in macOS Mojave
Tip: If you want to communicate with Siri silently or just don’t wish to disturb other’s peace, make sure to turn down the volume.
Step #1. Click on the Siri icon in the menu bar or Dock.
Step #2. Now, you will see a text field. Just type out your query. The virtual assistant will respond to your question smartly.
How to Disable Type to Siri in macOS Mojave on Mac
Don’t want to use “Type to Siri” as it doesn’t interest you anymore? No problem. You can easily turn it off.
Step #1. Click on the Apple icon at the top-left corner of the screen → Next, click on System Preferences.
Step #2. Click on Accessiblity.
Step #2. Next, click on Siri.
Step #3. Finally, uncheck the box next to “Enable Type to Siri.”
Apple introduced Type to Siri in iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra. And it works efficiently both in iOS 12 and macOS Mojave.
That’s pretty much it!
Personally, I prefer spoken command more. However, when I wish to communicate quietly with Siri, I do like using this handy feature. Let me know your thoughts about it and how useful you find it.
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