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With watchOS 4, Siri has become a lot smarter. Besides, the intelligent personal assistant now communicates more naturally than ever before. Have you got started with it on your new smartwatch?

From letting you quickly send the message, translate the language to respond to any email, Siri can do several things neatly. Moreover, it understands the context better and is always up to the task to answer questions accordingly. Follow this quick guide to set up and activate Hey Siri on Apple Watch.

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How to Set Up and Activate Hey Siri on Apple Watch

How to Setup Siri on Apple Watch

Note: Make sure Listen for “Hey Siri” and Press Home for Siri is enabled on your iPhone. Go to Settings → Siri & Search and toggle on these features.

Step #1. Launch Settings app on your Apple Watch.

Tap on Settings on Apple Watch

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Step #2. Tap on General.

Tap on General in Apple Watch Settings

Step #3. Now, you need to tap on Siri.

Tap on Siri on Apple Watch

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Step #4. Now, turn on Hey Siri.

Setup Siri on Apple Watch

Just in case, you don't want to use Hey Siri on your smartwatch; you can turn off the switch.

How To Activate Siri on Apple Watch

Simply raise your wrist or tap the screen of your Apple Watch. Then say “Hey Siri” and ask what you need.

Invoke Siri Using Digital Crown on Apple Watch

Don't want to use your voice to bring up Siri? No problem. You can also activate Siri using Digital Crown.

To do so, just hold the Digital Crown. When you see the listening indicator, ask the query and then release Digital Crown.

Activate Siri on Apple WatchInvoke Hey Siri on Apple Watch

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I have found Siri more competent across iDevices. What do you think of it? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

As we are talking about Apple's personal assistant, you might want to take a peek at these posts as well:

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