How to Check Your Schedule with Siri

How to Check Your Schedule with Siri

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Siri can do all kinds of things these days on the iPhone. From telling you the latest sports scores to letting you know what song is playing on the radio. Another awesome thing you can ask Siri is what your schedule looks like for the day. Here’s how to check your schedule with Siri.

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To do this:

  • Activate Siri by holding down the Home button or saying “Hey Siri.”

  • Ask, “Hey Siri, what is my schedule today?”

  • The AI will show you your list of schedule events for the day and tell you at what times you have something scheduled.

  • If you're using Hey Siri, Siri will then ask, “Would you like to hear more about it?” Or something along those lines.

  • If you reply “Yes,” Siri will read you the remaining events one-by-one.

How to Check Your Schedule with Siri

I haven’t used this feature much, but I think I’m going to start using it often. It’s super helpful to have the AI shuffle through all my events and read them aloud. For this to work, you don’t need to say exactly “what is my schedule today?” You could simply say, “show me my schedule today,” or “today’s schedule.”

 

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