The first time Siri was released was in 2011, but only for mobile devices, now with the arrival of macOS Sierra, Mac users can realize the full potential of the Siri assistant. Users already have insurance like saying "Hey, Siri" on your Mac, but by default, this command does not work on Mac computers to access Siri this time other methods are used.
Such as: the shortcut will now appear in your menu bar or Dock, or you can also use a command key on your keyboard. But if you really want to have the opportunity to invoke Siri saying "Hey, Siri" on your Mac, there is a way to do it.
On "Hey, Siri" on your computer with Sierra macOS
- Go to System Preferences on your Mac computer
- Now locate the Accessibility option, entering should be located in the left pane and enter the Dictation option
- Once that option must check the box "enable keyword phrases Dictation", then you must type in the text box the word "Hey"
- In this window, you must click on the option called Dictation commands located at the top, and select the "+" button on the left panel to add a new command
- Have 3 pictures on the right side, in the first you must write the word "Siri" in the second to put "Any application" and the third "Open Siri.app"
- Look in the application folders the Siri application, if desired you can use the search box to speed up the process
- You must select Siri.app, press open, and finally give the Done button.