Creating Shortcuts That Accept Voice Input

When creating Shortcuts for the Mac or iOS you can use voice input easily when you trigger the Shortcut with Siri.

Comments: 3 Responses to “Creating Shortcuts That Accept Voice Input”

    claudio
    1 week ago

    That is really cool... Sure creates a whole array of options... thanks for this one brother!

    Gustavo
    5 days ago

    Great topic! I tried to use similar to Reminder and works. The questions is, however, how can I input 2 variables in same "dictation". In example, I want to add apples to "Grocery" List, or add pencils to "School" List: The simple statement: "add apples to Grocery" or " add pencils to School" will not work. I have to specify the List (verbally), and then input the "apples". I know Siri sometimes understand when you input 2 different things ("new alert for tomorrow during lunch'). How can I?

    3 days ago

    Gustavo: You can't, not in a Shortcut.

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