Initializes the response object with the specified code and user activity object.
- iOS 11.0+
- Mac Catalyst 13.0+
- watchOS 4.0+
The response code indicating your success or failure in handling the intent. For a list of possible values, see
Note Intent Response Code
The user activity object to use when launching your app. Provide an object if you want to add app-specific information. If you specify
nil, the system automatically creates a user activity object for you, sets its type to the class name of the intent being handled, and fills it with an
INInteractionobject containing the intent and your response.
An initialized response object or
nil if the object could not be created.
After initializing the response object, put the note details into the
created property of the object.
When your app creates the note successfully, Siri displays information about the created note to the user. If the user chooses to view the new note in your app, SiriKit does not launch your app using the value in the
user parameter. Instead, SiriKit creates a new
NSUser object whose interaction property contains an
INSearch object. The value of that intent’s
notebook property is the identifier of the note that you provided in the
created property of your response object.