Learn from Contacts
Das Wörterbuch sollte Namen und Orte aus dem Adressbuch einfügen können.
There whould be an option, that contact names are auto-completed as well, i.e. contact names should automatically be part of the word-lookup for the prediction.
My phone's original keyboard also gets word predictions from my contact list So I don't have to always type in my email address and friends full names.
I love your personalization, but AFAIK it does not learn names of your contacts. Would be nice to autocomplete first- and surnames as well with Swiftkey X.
I need some keyboard which learns from contacts
My name is Myrtle. SwiftKey can't remember it so I have to type it every time I send a message. It would be wonderful if you can show me how to teach SwiftKey to remember it?
It's also my wish (names, street names, cities etc)
It's actually ridiculous that an app as advanced as Swiftkey lacks this basic basic feature. Disappointing
Can't believe this basic feature is missing! Please bring this immediately.
Kevin Heath commented
Jaimon Jose commented
It appears that SwiftKey doesn't index common data in the phone such as contacts. Searching the contacts is very difficult due to this.
Brandon Horwath commented
Learn the most common terms and phrases with specific contacts. For example, writing my initials free form on the keypad would sign, "We appreciate your business! - My Name" to a client. And the same keystroke would sign something else to my folks, like "I send my love to you both - Your Son" And exclude auto-complete words that have never been used with certain contacts. Especially if SMS database is based on dozens of texts with a contact that follow the same format.
This is pretty basic stuff really
everyone types names of friends and contacts while chatting / emailing them, please enable this basic feature.
Swype and others have had this for a long time.
And learn other contact info as well; email addresses, street addresses and so on...
Janne Kiviluoto commented
I mean "my contacts" of course.
Clarence Tang commented
This is one thing I really like from the iPhone keyboard. It takes names and suburbs out of the contacts.
As well as adding a bit of intelligence with names. So if the user types Johns predict that they probably meant John's