By AppleVis, 24 September, 2022 With the release of iOS 16, when sending messages using Siri, you can now skip the confirmation step. In this podcast, Thomas Domville shows us how this works and how to enable it. Podcast File AppleVisPodcast1487.mp3 (3.5 MB) Tags iOS Quick Tips Options Log in or register to post comments Comments New voice on Thomas' podcasts In fact, the improbable happened: due to the negative changes in the quality of voices in iOS 16, we have a new voice in podcasts, apparently it's Nathan's voice Nathan is In Now Hi Ricardo, What a hoot! I was wondering if anybody would pick up on that and Lord behold you did! Yup, I am putting Tom on hold and trying Nathan for a bit. Such a pity that Tom has gotten worse and was driving me batty. Thanks for mentioning it and noticing of the change. - AnonyMouse I noticed it, too. I actually like the new Tom, the little I've heard, anyway. I hope Apple gets it back to the old one because I kind of miss him in your podcasts. anyone have a transcript or… anyone have a transcript or at least how to do the tip in text form? I would rathe read that right now as I am having trouble obsorbing things like this, plkus I could write it down in a note for later. I second a transcript… I second a transcript. Though I do appreciate the work that goes into these podcasts, sometimes we don't really have time to listen just for the sake of a single setting. I loved the run through you did of all the new accessibility settings, but quick tips could do with a brief summery of the required actions. Hope that doesn't sound ungrateful. It's not intended as such. :) This setting can be enabled… This setting can be enabled by going to Settings > Siri & Search, and double-tapping the "Automatically send messages" toggle. Ah thanks for that. that… Ah thanks for that. that helps a lot. Any way we can get a text post with all the tips so those of us with processing disorders, or what not can read them and copy them into our notes if needed?