So you'll have to say "I like to eat bacon (comma) eggs (comma) and toast for breakfast (period)"?You'll need to speak punctuation. It's also better over long dictation but do try and keep it under 1 paragraph at a time. Most of the time it will also take out any ahs, uhms, and ohs when you're speaking.
Yes.So you'll have to say "I like to eat bacon (comma) eggs (comma) and toast for breakfast (period)"?
They wrote the software to delineate the words into punctuation.How does it know you don't want the words comma and period in your sentences?
Not sure as I've never tried or heard of doing that. But what it does, is check your grammar and if it thinks it's wrong, it will underline the word/phrase in blue and you can tap on it to see the systems suggested replacement word/phrase.What if you make a mistake? Can you delete a sentence/word through the voice capabilities?
Early voice dictation was TERRIBLE. You had to read lengthy paragraphs to the application to train it to learn your voice. Even then, its success ratio was awful.It's been designed this way since voice dictation was released back in the early 90s I think. I'm still upset there's no "Magic Word" since I'm too lazy to push the damn button.