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    Ryan P

    Hi there,

    Not quite sure what you mean. SwiftKey does collect a personal dictionary. It can by synced and downloaded to just about any device if you sign into your Swiftkey Account. 

    SwiftKey also has clipboard and shortcut mode. So brb => be right back. (these are not synced) but don't disappear after rebooting the phone. 

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    Hi Ryan, thank you for responding. I am unable to find any dictionary options in the app, and when I googled it all I found was comments saying there was no way to add custom words other than letting the keyboard remember what you type. I wish to add my words manually so I have them on hand immediately, and choose my own shortcuts for words (eg. typing caitlynemail brings up my email address). I cannot find any way to do this, and this is the only practical application of a personal dictionary.

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    Ryan P

    Hi Caitlyn,

    So there is no quick and easy way to add all of your own words like you are wanting, but there are a few alternatives. 

    1. If you sign into SwiftKey Account, there is an option to "personalize" you can do this with your Gmail, Outlook, Twitter and SMS.

    What this does is scans those resources for words and phrases you use a lot. This helps build up your own personal dictionary on the fly. We of course know when to omit sensitive looking information. 

    1. We also have a shortcut feature as you suggested. Open SwiftKey Settings > Clipboard. When you make a new "clip" there is an option to create a shortcut assigned with that clip. So you can do that trigger you mentioned. 

    But I have to say, SwiftKey is incredibly impressive with it's predictions. I would bet SwiftKey would predict your email before you even got close to typing out that full phrase. 

    SwiftKey will know if you are in an email field, such as signing in to something and your email will be one of the main predictions for easy insertion. 

    Of course, you can find the work flow that works best for you. 

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    Kyle Nally

    What we want is a checklist containing all of the words we have typed that SwiftKey has saved, and we want to go through that list in one single session and delete ALL the misspelled words we've accidentally entered all at once.

    I've read elsewhere that this data (the words dictionary itself) is stored internally as a JSON file. Giving us a checklist of words so we can delete the words we don't want is a trivial feature if that's in fact the case (I've worked with JSON files before and it's exactly that--trivial).

    Why is this so difficult to understand? Users have been BEGGING for this feature.

    We. Want. A list. Just a list of the words SwiftKey knows so we can selectively remove the words we've misspelled and that SwiftKey has accidentally saved.

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    Stuart Hayes

    Still missing this basic functionality...

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    Ken Dtkb Brown

    What Kyle Said.

     

    "What we want is a checklist containing all of the words we have typed that SwiftKey has saved, and we want to go through that list in one single session and delete ALL the misspelled words we've accidentally entered all at once."

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    Chris Makepeace

    We certainly do.

    Think of all the folk who will suddenly love you (even though you are Microsoft)!

    Well?  Are we there yet?

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    Tanner Schrunk

    I'll go ahead and reiterate, we want the list so that we can quick edit! Trying to guess words and just individually make it "not predict" is obnoxious! I love this keyboard in every other way. Why this isn't already a feature is beyond me... Sadly, I doubt us suggesting it will do any good. SwiftKey had been around for a while and there is no way they haven't gotten endless requests for this.

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    Daniel Barreto

    Exactly What Kyle Said.

    "What we want is a checklist containing all of the words we have typed that SwiftKey has saved, and we want to go through that list in one single session and delete ALL the misspelled words we've accidentally entered all at once."

    I lots of accidentally misspelled words on my dictionary and it is hindering SwiftKey to predict correctly.
    On the other hand I have lots of correct words I don't want to delete, so reseting the dictionary is not an option.

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    liz reagan

    Same! ⬆️⬆️⬆️⬆️

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