Getting Started Guide

Welcome to the Voice In getting started guide.


Install the Voice In voice typing extension from the Chrome Web Store.

After you install the extension, a setup page will open.

Follow the instructions and complete setup. You are now ready to voice type.

Pin Voice In Start/Stop Button

Click     to the right of the address bar. Then click next to Voice In.
This will add the Voice In button (microphone icon) to the address bar.
[Demo] How to Pin

How to Use

(1) Go to the site you wish to dictate on and place the cursor in the text box. You can try it on:

(2) Click on the Voice In button (microphone icon) to start/stop dictation. The icon will turn red once the dictation starts.
To stop dictation, click on the Voice In button again. Dictation will stop, and the icon will turn gray.

[Demo] Voice typing in the Voice In Notepad

(3) Speak into the microphone. The text you dictate will get typed at the cursor location.

You can also start/stop Voice In using the right-click menu and keyboard shortcut.

Right Click
Place the cursor in the text box, right-click, and in the right-click menu, click on Start Dictation.
To stop dictation, right-click and select Stop Dictation.

[Demo] Using right click to start Voice In

Keyboard Shortcut
You can also use the keyboard shortcut Alt+L (⌥L on Mac) to start/stop voice dictation.

Use It

You can now use Voice In to voice type on your favorite websites. Try it now on:

Voice Commands

Voice In contains built-in voice commands for punctuations, text editing, quotes, brackets, etc in 25 languages including English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German, Italian, and many more.
Checkout the complete list of voice commands available.

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