“Hey Siri”—Mom!

Siri Can Learn Many of Your Relationships.

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Siri can learn many of your relationships—the people you call by labels—for example, mom, husband, kid, best friend, uncle, doctor, plumber, sweetie, etc.

First, make sure you’ve put the contact information for the people you want to label in the Contacts app.

Then, tell Siri the people you want to remember by the nature of their relationship to you.

Say “Hey Siri” and…

  • “[First and Last Name] is my mother.”
  • “[First and Last Name] is my father.”
  • “[First and Last Name] is my sister.”
  • “[First and Last Name] is my brother.”
  • “[First and Last Name] is my wife.”
  • “[First and Last Name] is my husband.”
  • “[First and Last Name] is my girlfriend.”
  • “[First and Last Name] is my grandmother.”
  • “[First and Last Name] is my electrician.”

Pretty much anything you want to call someone can be labeled.

Now you can say “Hey Siri” and…

  • “Call my Mom.”
  • “Tell my brother….” (sends a message)
  • “Make a FaceTime Audio call with my aunt.”
  • “Email my wife….” (sends an email)
  • “Create a meeting with my doctor….” (sets a calendar event)
  • “Where is my girlfriend?” (opens Find My Friends app)

“Hey Siri” tips appear here every Saturday.

To find more tips, say “Hey Siri, what can you do?,” click the Hey Siri tag below, or visit Apple’s Siri page.