How to use Siri with Qardio App

Qardio App works with Siri Suggestions for Shortcuts which makes tracking your health even easier.

Siri Suggestions for Shortcuts are supported on iPhone 6s or later, iPad Pro, iPad (5th generation or later), iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 4.

Using Siri voice commands with Qardio App is easy. You must first set up a series of shortcuts so Siri knows what kinds of data to pull from your Qardio App.  To get started, open "Settings" on your iOS device. Next click "Siri & Search"

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There, you will see a list of available apps, scroll down and click on the "Qardio" App

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Next click "Shortcuts"

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Siri may show you a list of suggested shortcuts such as "view my blood pressure history" or "view Dad's blood pressure history"  To make a shortcut for this action, simply tap "+" to create a shortcut

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You will be asked to record a voice shortcut to perform the action. For example, you can say "How's my health" and Siri will now be able to pull up your blood pressure history when you say this phrase. Push the red button to record the shortcut phrase.

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That's it! Now, when you say "Hey Siri, How's my health", Siri will display your latest blood pressure history on your iOS device

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