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There are a few instances where Microsoft SwiftKey will need to be given full access again, even if it had previously been given full access and was working fine.

When this happens, you will see a message above your keyboard telling you that you need to enable full access. You will need to toggle full access off and on to reset this and fix the problem.

To do this, please follow these steps:

  1. Go to Apple Settings, and select ‘General’.

  2. Tap ‘Keyboard’ and then ‘Keyboards’.

  3. Tap ‘Microsoft SwiftKey’, and then toggle the ‘Allow Full Access’ switch.

  4. Press ‘Allow’.


Read this article to learn more about why SwiftKey needs Full Access. 

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For more help, contact support at Microsoft SwiftKey Support - Contact us

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