How to Send an Email Using Siri on iPhone

For professionals sending, reading and responding to emails is must. Even as they are niggled by that frequent email notifications on their iPhones, they have to react to emails. Siri, a smart assistant living in your iOS device, is quite helpful in sending email.

While Siri can effortlessly carry out many other tasks, it is equally easy for her to send email. One of the benefits of sending email using Siri is you can give your thumbs and fingers some rest and be all loosey-goosey. Another benefit I can perceive of using Siri to send mail is that you can avoid that brightness of your iPhone. Why should you stare at the bright screen and damage your eyes? Not every iPhone user has got HD sunglasses to protect their eyes.

So, after enough appreciation of Siri, let’s get down to our main topic. You can ask Siri to send a new email; you can get Siri to read your unread emails and you can also ask her to respond to an email.

How to Send Emails using Siri

Siri is your smart assistant seated in your Apple iPhone. Let her follow your commands while you want to send, read and respond to emails.

Note that you can ask Siri to send emails to a single contact as well as multiple contacts.

Step #1: Press and hold Home button to invoke Siri; or if you have set “Hey, Siri”, just speak the two words.

Invoke Hey Siri

Step #2: Now deliver a proper command to Siri; for example: “Send an email to William”. To send email to more than one user, use command: Send an email to Bob and George.

Send email using Siri

Step #3: If you have stored more than one email addresses of the same name, you need to tap the right one to whom you want to send an email. Siri will offer you more than one option in this case.

Step #4: Now tell Siri to feed subject line. For example: picnic to Shenandoah Valley.

Now tell Siri to feed subject line

Step #5: Tell Siri the main contents of the email.

Step #6: Post this, Siri will confirm the content of your message.

Step #7: Finally, you can either tap ‘Send’ or say ‘Yes’ to send the email.

Tell Siri the main contents of the email.

You can edit subject line and content of the mail by saying “change subject, “add” or “change message”. Moreover, you can tell Siri to “cancel” to discard the email completely.


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Get Siri to Read your Unread Emails

Step #1: Press and hold Home button to invoke Siri; or if you have set “Hey, Siri”, just speak the two words.

Step #2: Tell Siri to “Read my unread emails”. Siri will run a check for new emails and will give you a small audio summary of emails.

Tell Siri to “Read my unread emails”

Step #3: You can view the email directly in the Mail app by tapping on email.

Ask Siri to Respond to an Email

Step #1: Open Mail app from the Home screen of your iPhone.

Step #2: Tap Inbox.

Step #3: Now tap on the email you want to send reply to.

Step #4: Press and hold Home button or say “Hey, Siri” to invoke Siri.

Invoke Hey Siri

Step #5: Tell Siri to “Respond to this email”.

Tell Siri to “Respond to this email”.

Step #6: Tell Siri the contents you want to send as reply.

Finally, you can tap on Send button or say ‘Yes’ to send the reply.

Tell Siri the contents you want to send as reply.

You can also send reply to an email that Siri is reading to you. While Siri is reading email subject, you can press the microphone icon on your iPhone’s screen to invoke Siri’s listening mode and say, “Respond”. Siri will start a response to that email automatically.

I hope this information is quite useful to users. Still, you can write in your feedback in the comments section below. I also appreciate your feedback on FacebookTwitter and Google+.

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