Users can now use the vocabulary feedback feature to submit feedback of any words or phrases to be added to Echo’s vocabulary.
Previously, the microphone could be toggled by pressing the ‘+’ key on the numberpad. This can now be changed to a different key within the Echo Settings
When running the installer file, Echo will now ask whether you wish to install for just the current user or for All Users of the device. The per-user install does not require administrator rights, as before. The All Users option does require admin rights. See How To Install Echo for further information.
Echo users now have the ability to create custom voice commands which replicate a sequence of key presses or insert blocks of personalised text.
The Echo microphone can now be toggled on and off by pressing the ‘+’ key on the number pad
The Echo menu now has extended options which include user Settings and the ability to select microphone devices
General command functionality has been enhanced and utilises trigger phrases to undertake keystroke commands or key presses. The full range of actions can be found in How To Use Echo Voice Commands
Lexacom Echo now supports a range of commands . These can range from keystroke commands or a combination of key presses, to navigating desktop applications.
For Primary Care customers using EMIS or SystmOne, Lexacom Echo can also be used to undertake actions and commands within the clinical system, as well as dictating consultation notes.
Guides have been added to the Lexacom Echo Support Centre for further reference.
Use Lexacom Echo from any desktop device at the office, in practice or from home by logging in to Team Admin and easily downloading your Echo software from your Team profile. See How To Install Echo 2
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