We get back on The Road to Macstock in a conversation with Rosemary Orchard about her session that will focus on getting more out of Siri. Siri is much more than just a voice assistant in your HomePod; Rose tells us what some of those things are, why it is easier than ever to tap the power of Siri using Shortcuts, and why you should never be afraid of trying anything with Siri. Functionality, security, and privacy are all better on Siri, and Rose tells us why.
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Rosemary Orchard is a nerd, automator, and chocaholic. When she’s not making Shortcuts or podcasting about them, you’ll frequently find her discussing her love of iPads and other Apple technology on RosemaryOrchard.com, Automators, The Sweet Setup, and MacStories. Originally from the UK she now calls Vienna, Austria, home. Follow her on Twitter.