Voice commands improve your dictation by handling common punctuation and correcting dictation errors.
A voice command is mapping from one phrase to another phrase or action. For example, the voice command "full stop" => "." ensures that when you dictate "full stop", a "." will be inserted with the right spacing.
Voice In has a built-in list of voice commands for punctuation marks, special characters, line breaks, quotes and
You can also define your own custom voice commands with Voice In Plus. Using custom voice commands, you can automate repetitive text entry and to correct errors. Learn more about custom voice commands.
Choose your language to see available voice commands for speech recognition.