Hello, my name is Douglas Walker. Today, we're gonna be using Siri to set a reminder. Now, I like to think of reminders as like my sticky notes. Instead of having sticky notes posted everywhere, I have my reminders app.
Now Apple likes to call Siri our personal assistant. And with Siri, we're able to do things like set calendar appointments, get walking directions, place a phone call, or even send a text message. And today, of course, is all about setting a reminder, so let's jump right in and use Siri to set a reminder.
Most of the time, Siri is turned on during our setup process. However, if you didn't have a chance to set it up, then check out our resource area just below this workshop. There you'll find step-by-step directions for exactly how to get Siri all set up.
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