Custom voice commands lets you map a phrase to another phrase or command. You can use custom voice commands to:
1) Correct common dictation errors,
For example, one user reported that due to her accent, when she says "new line" to insert a new line, it always gets dictated as "Uline". She can correct this error by adding a voice command mapping.
So next time she says "new line", it will actually trigger the new line voice command.
Two other common use cases:
- You can also use it enable adult language words without the censorship asterixis
- If you want words dictated in British english instead of American English
2) Simplify common tasks
For example, a salesperson would add a voice command
|thank you message||Thank you for purchasing from XYZ Store.
A doctor who is doing a general checkup of a patient would add
This saves time with having to copy paste this block of text before every consultation.
Creating a Custom Voice Command
Step 2: Open the Voice In options page
Step 3: In the options page, go to the Custom Commands section and click on Add new command
Fill out the form and click Add to add the new voice command. The voice command should now be active.
If you want to add multiple commands at once, you can instead click on the Bulk add commands button. For example, if you want to enable adult language words without the censorship asterix, click on Bulk add commands button and enter the commands like here.
Make sure to refresh any existing pages to enable the voice commands on those pages.