Type to Siri
Originally an iOS exclusive feature, Apple’s famed digital assistant has been around on the Mac platform for at least a couple of years. Newer Macs even have always-on Hey Siri. But Siri on the Mac may come with a downside for some creatives and professionals: noise.
If you work in a quiet environment but you still want to use Siri, it’s probably a good idea to mute the digital assistant. Just go to System Preferences > Siri. Make sure the box next to Voice Feedback is unchecked.
On a similar note, you can also enable Type to Siri, which will allow you to type your commands to the digital assistant instead of speaking them. This is an accessibility setting in System Preferences > Accessibility > Siri.