It’s downright embarrassing! Causing my professionalism to be questioned! Yes, you know what I’m talking about #@%! – AutoCorrect!
Someone is putting their words in my messages! Recently I sent a message discussing something I thought showed that I was comprehending the subject and in the middle of the sentence was the word ‘toot‘! The list is long of those AutoCorrect/Autocomplete moments; however, it seems we can’t live with, or without it. Just in case you want to remove it or venture into finding out how to control it more to your liking, here are some tips that i found for Android, iPhone, and iPad users.
First, let’s review some of the selections for inputting information with the keyboards provided by your mobile devices. For example, you may find Swype easier to input text on your mobile device. Here’s a brief description: Swype is an input method for touchscreens where the user enters words by sliding a finger or stylus from letter to letter, lifting only between words. It uses error-correcting algorithms and a language model to guess the intended word. It also includes a tapping predictive text system in the same interface. Swype is designed for use on touchscreen devices with a traditional QWERTY keyboard. via Swype – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
♦ According to Swype, it’s a faster way to input messages. Maybe this will help you to control those AutoCorrect errors (?) Swype provides basic/advanced training guidelines, which you can get at this link: http://www.swype.com/
♦ Android users can find a Tutorial for Swype right on their mobile phones. In addition, there is Swype Help with more details.
To find the tutorial take the steps below:
- Select Settings
- Select Language & keyboard
- Select Swype settings
- Scroll down to find Help
- Choose Tutorial
If you decide you want to stay with “Touch input” I suggest you take the Tutorial for how auto-correction works.
Use the steps below to find the tutorial
- Select Settings’
- Select Language & keyboard
- Select Touch input
- Select Tutorial
Touch input users may also want to consider adding their often used personal acronyms to their Personal dictionary, which is an option available right beneath the Tutorial. Choose the Edit personal dictionary, and add your words.
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iPhone users can check out Business Insider, which has some suggestions for “teaching” your phone new words among other ideas. http://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-fix-iphone-auto-correct-2012-2#
iPad users can turn autocorrect off using the settings options.
I hope this is helpful. See you at the next Post 🙂
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