N/APosted on - 08/11/2011
Hello there experts!
I have an iPhone and I am really having a hard time, typing email addresses into this tiny little keyboard when trying to send an email. I have bulky and large fingers and it is not really an easy task at all.
Is there a way to edit or rename my contact names without changing their first and last name where I can just type something like a text that makes my phone recognize the recipient's email address?
Just like a shortcut text in other words.
I would really love it if there is?
How do I create keyboard-friendly contacts in mobile emailing?
The solutions for your problem can be given many ways
If you can hold the phone horizontally, you can have a more convenient virtual keyboard which can be managed by your bulky fingers.
You can even assign shortcut keys to your e-mail contacts just as the other phone contacts.
IPhones are already having voice commands recognition feature, which enables you to give many commands and even you can give a call to a person from his real name or nick name. But these features at the developing stage. In near future IPhones will come up with ‘artificial intelligence voice commands’ where you can give more complicated commands even.
This will enable you to send a e mail to a particular recipient just giving a voice command alone