You can say that. But, don't just dabble with entry-level Siri calendaring. Get fancier by making meetings with Siri that include invitees, durations, and more:
Dates and invitations: "Create a 30 minute lunch meeting for Friday at 12 p.m. with Jason Snell." If the name you use matches an address in your contacts, Siri will even handle sending out the invitation.
Calendar control: You can do a lot of calendar manipulation with Siri, too. Instructions you can try include: "Move my 3 p.m. phone meeting to 4:30," "Reschedule my lunch with Jason to March 11 at 1 p.m.," "Cancel my planning meeting," or "Add Dan to my lunch with Jason." (If you, like many Macworld staffers, have more than one "Dan" in your contacts, fret not; Siri will seek clarification on which Dan you mean.)
All-knowing Siri: Siri really understands a lot about your calendar. You can ask questions like, "When is my lunch with Jason?" You can also say things like: "Show me my Friday" or "Show me today."
Armed with these tips, Siri can help you become more productive--with barely any tapping involved.
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