How To Speak and Send Your Email Hands Free

Productivity Boost Rockets

Isn’t it amazing you can now speak to your device just like the characters on Star Trek? Not quite in the same way but close.  AI and smartphones now allow you to voice emails instead of typing them and make your grocery list hands free.

This technology allows you to spend more time in your business, not typing at your keyboard. More time for marketing, talking with employees about moving the newest project forward and hiring more people.

On the run but need to get that idea down, or a quick email sent right now. Whip out your phone, and Siri on the iPhone or Google Now on Android are at your beck and call. Need to write long letters and emails and post to Twitter and Facebook. Speech Recogniser available via iTunes does all this and emails your text, too.

Voice recognition software now gets an email out faster than we can type. Your business benefits from this improvement. Need to transcribe repetitive text in different documents. The leading brands of voice recognition software automate this.

The programs are not limited to one application but can function with many. Entering customer information into your CRM with your voice beats the tedious typing required. Windows users work with Cortana on their phone, tablet or desktop.

This software benefits businesses who produce vast amounts of written documents, documents with repetitive content, and jargon-heavy documents. The software learns your jargon as it goes.

Voice recognition applications give small and medium businesses a productivity boost with excellent ROI. Just don’t expect them to “beam you up” anytime soon.

 

Author: Kris Keppeler, writer for Crossing Genres on Medium.com, and Does This Happen to You? on Channillo. Award winning podcast producer. Follow her @KrisKKAria on Twitter or on LinkedIn.

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