iOS Contact Relationships

iOS Contact Relationships

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Did you know you can add contact relationships to your iPhone contacts?   It’s a pretty cool feature!

First you need to teach your Siri who you are.   Go to Settings, General, Siri Settings, My Info.  When you click on the arrow it will take you to your address book and you search for yourself (or add yourself) in there.  Select yourself and then exit this setting.

Siri Settings

Next, you’ll want to go to your own contact information and you edit it to add relationships.

Add dad

When you click on add related name it will bring up father or spouse (depends on I’m not sure what!).  Select the arrow and it will take you to your address book where you can now search for your spouse or father and add them.   You can also do this with the CEO of a company and add their assistant to their relationship.  You can also do this through Siri, by saying Donald ********* is my Father.  Once you do that you can tell Siri, “Call CEO’s assistant”!  On a side note, this made me think of something Star Wars related.  Tell Siri, “Luke, I am your father”  for a giggle!

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Once you’ve added the relationship, select Done in the top right hand corner.

add dad 1

Exit out of this and then try out calling someone through Siri!

call my mom

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About Amy Ewald

I’m a wife and mother of a 4 ½-year-old daughter. I’ve worked in the IT industry as a Systems Administrator for over 15 years. I experienced my first migraine at age 11. My migraines have progressively grown in frequency and within the last 6 months, I was diagnosed with a chronic migraine. Last month I only had 6 pain-free days. In my pain-free time, I write two blogs, one to educate everyday computer users with Tech Tips, https://techtipthursday.wordpress.com, My other blog is dedicated to helping migraine sufferers, https://mommyhasamigraine.com I also enjoy, walking, yoga, writing, reading and spending time with my family. I'm currently writing and illustrating a children's book for parents with migraines to help their children understand the problem and how they can help!

Posted on July 30, 2015, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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