Siri makes the process of quickly adding and editing a note just that bit easier, especially if you’re on the move and need to jot something down quickly.
So here is everything you need to know about using Siri with Notes to create, dictate, find, update, and remove entries.
We have written a detailed Siri dictation guide to give you tips on getting the most out of speaking to Siri.
In this article, we trigger Siri using the “Hey Siri” voice command. Did you know there are other methods available, depending on your device? You can read about them all in our how to use Siri guide.
Create a new note
Siri can make the process of entering a note into your iPhone or iPad much quicker.
Hey Siri, create a note
Hey Siri, create a note called Vacation
Siri will ask you what you want the note to say, at this point, you can start dictating the text. Once finished, you will be prompted to confirm your entry.
For shorter notes, speak the note text at the same time as creating the note:
Hey Siri, note that my PIN number is 0202
This will create a note containing the information you dictated.
There is a variety of phrases you can use to find notes:
Hey Siri, show me my notes
Hey Siri, show me my notes from tomorrow/today/next week
Hey Siri, show me my notes from the 4th July
Hey Siri, show me notes about my important project
Hey Siri, find notes about music
A list of matching notes will be displayed on screen, tap on the one you wish to read.
How to make Siri read notes
Siri can read your notes out loud. Just say the note name:
Hey Siri, read my pin number note
Update a note
To edit an existing note, say:
Hey Siri, update my last note
Hey Siri, update note
Hey Siri, update my pin number note
It’s currently not possible to delete notes using Siri. To remove a note, open the Notes app, tap the Delete icon or swipe left over the note in the Notes list, then tap Delete.