To get started, just say one of the following to Siri:
- Take a note with an Applet
- Take a note with I-F-T-T-T
Note: Siri doesn’t usually understand the pronunciation of IFTTT (“gift” without the g), so it's best to spell it out.
What is the Note widget?
- Write or speak something (the input text)
- Press the widget button
Typically, Note widget Applets will have the input text sent to the action. For example, the "Quickly email yourself a note" Applet sends the input text to the body of an email.
How do I use Note widget with Siri?
- Make sure you have at least one Note widget Applet turned on. The "Quickly email yourself a note" Applet is an easy one to try out.
- The rest is easy. Tell Siri “take a note with an Applet.” The first time you do this, you’ll get the following prompt:
- Tap Yes to continue.
- When Siri asks you what you want your note to say, it’s up to you. Whatever you say becomes your input text.
- If you only have one Note widget Applet, Siri will ask you to confirm its name. If you have more than one, you’ll pick from your list.
- Once you confirm the Applet, you’re done! IFTTT will take care of the rest.