Suki can store standardized, reusable text (called scripts) that you can insert into a note. For example, if you have a Normal Physical Exam script, you can have Suki insert it into the Physical Exam section of a note.

Mobile:

  1. From the Home Screen, say "Suki, show me my scripts"

2. Tap the "+" button to add a new script

3. Name your script, select a section, and enter your script content.

4. Save your script.

Web:

  1. From the Home Screen, say "Suki, show me my scripts"

2. Tap the "+" button to add a new script

3. Name your script, select a section, and enter your script content.

4. Save your script.

Tips for creating scripts:

  1. Name your script something easy to say. Good examples would include "normal physical exam" or "surgical consent". Avoid acronyms, numbers and punctuation if possible.

  2. Select the section you want the script to insert into. If you select "Any section", your script will insert in the section you're dictating into. Otherwise, the script will automatically insert into the correct section regardless of what section you're currently in.

  3. Add your content. Scripts can be anything from commonly used phrases to full exam findings that you can change (i.e. using "Suki Change...")

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If you want guidance creating, naming, or using your scripts, please reach out to our Customer Success team.

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