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Use Siri to keep your Twitter account up to date

When Siri appeared on iOS more than two years ago, many of us thought that it was going to be a fundamental tool in the way we interact with our iPhone. But, after the initial hype , many have stopped using it , or at least have considerably decreased its use.

However, Siri has improved over time, and has increased the options available , limited for the moment to the operating system itself and the apps developed by Apple, in the absence of access to its API by the developers.

Use Siri to keep your Twitter account up to date
Use Siri to keep your Twitter account up to date

One of the things Siri can help us with is keeping our Twitter account up to date , allowing us to do things like posting a tweet , searching the trending topics of the moment, or diving into the tweets of a user. Let’s see how we would do some of these things.

Post a tweet using Siri

Posting a tweet with Siri is extremely simple . There are certain times when we can’t stop to write, or we go around the streets with gloves on now that it’s winter, and on those occasions Siri can help us. To publish a tweet we have to follow these steps:

  1. Press and hold the Home button to activate Siri.
  2. All you have to do is say, “I want to post a tweet.”
  3. Siri will ask you what you mean.
  4. Once the content of the tweet is said, you will have to confirm it and it will be ready to send, by clicking to confirm or simply by saying “Yes” when Siri asks you.

There are also other ways to do it , like telling Siri “Publish on Twitter”, or “Tweeting” followed by whatever we want to tweet, which allows us to vary according to what comes to mind at each moment.

Find a hashtag on Twitter

Another thing Siri lets you do within Twitter is search for a hashtag or the latest trending topics in a simple way.

  1. Press and hold the Home button to activate Siri.
  2. Say “I want to search

    As you can see Siri can do many more things than we think or use ourselves. In particular, I tend to use Siri almost exclusively to set alarms or put some reminders, so I get little out of it actually, despite its potential, which is already a lot these days but which is sure to go further as Apple plans to continue developing its personal assistant.

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