Returning to Siri search results

Discussion in 'iOS 8' started by GovtLawyer, Nov 18, 2014.

  1. GovtLawyer macrumors 6502

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    Perhaps I am missing something. Because, what I'm trying to find out seems really quite simple. Yet, I'm not sure this is something that can be done.
    When I ask Siri to find something for me, for example how many different ways are there to cook spaghetti? Siri returns a list of references that can be found on the web. I will choose the best possible answer, just as I would with the search results from Google or any other search engine. After I click on that result and I find that it's not exactly what I wanted, I would like to go back to Siri's list and try something else. My question is, where do I find that list?
    It seems to me that I have to start a Siri search all over again. Am I missing something here? Or, is this simply a feature that Siri probably shouldn't have but doesn't?
    Thanks for your help
    Steve
     
  2. simon48 macrumors 65816

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  3. GovtLawyer thread starter macrumors 6502

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    Scroll from where?

    When you query Siri you get a list. You click on an entry and it brings you to that site on Safari. Where is the list you just chose from? There is no option to go back, as this is the first page in Safari. The list presented by Siri is not a page in Safari.

    Try it yourself and let me know if I am crazy. Ask Siri something in which Siri searches the web. Click on one of the references. How do you choose the other findings after choosing the first?
     

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