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How do you set up custom auto-replace?

(Topic created: 02-26-2022 07:21 AM)
AryasGhost
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I want to tell my phone if I type "jyst" to replace it with "just", for example.   It's not doing it on It's own.

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AryasGhost
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Galaxy S21
I actually found a possible solution here. There was no custom replace option, but there was a custom "shortcut" option (so you can type the first few letters of a long email and it will fill in what you told it to, for example), and it seems to be working for what I want! Thanks!

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Anonymous
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It won't replace on its own...see screen shot Screenshot_20220226-082909_Samsung Keyboard_3514_1645889349.jpg
AryasGhost
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Galaxy S21
I know. There are some devices out there that let you customize word replacement, so I was just hoping. But thank you for responding.
imanie
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Very informative 👏 👌
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Chessplayr
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Check settings > general management. There are some keyboard settings you can mess around with, and I think they give you the option of having it automatically replace like that. I don't use Samsung's keyboard though so I can't check haha
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AryasGhost
Astronaut
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Galaxy S21
I actually found a possible solution here. There was no custom replace option, but there was a custom "shortcut" option (so you can type the first few letters of a long email and it will fill in what you told it to, for example), and it seems to be working for what I want! Thanks!