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FSMBP

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I had a question/favor for anything iPhone 4S people out there. When you compose an email with Siri, can you have her not put anything in the Subject part of the email (ex. (No Subject))?

Thanks in advance!
 

derickdub

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I had a question/favor for anything iPhone 4S people out there. When you compose an email with Siri, can you have her not put anything in the Subject part of the email (ex. (No Subject))?

Thanks in advance!

You can tell Siri to put "No Subject". As far as leaving it blank I am unsure. If you can I haven't figured it out.
 
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FSMBP

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You can tell Siri to put "No Subject". As far as leaving it blank I am unsure. If you can I haven't figured it out.

Thanks for your answer!

The reason I asked was because I send texts via my email, and the Subject line takes up characters (you get 160 characters per text). I was hoping for it to leave it blank as opposed of having the subject be "No Subject".
 
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derickdub

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You can tell it to put something simple like "exclamation point" and it will leave a "!". Also "dot dot dot" works and will leave a "...".

I don't think there's anyway of leaving it blank, I've tried a number of things now and none worked.
 
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