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from the Plum Voice IVR Glossary
This property determines which input modality to use. The inputmodes property is able to both enable and disable DTMF and voice. To disable speech recognition, VXML developers should set inputmodes to “dtmf”. To disable DTMF, the input mode should be set to “voice”. One use for inputmodes is to turn off speech recognition in noisy environments. Inputmodes could also be used to conserve speech recognition resources by turning them off whenever the input is expected to be exclusively DTMF. This property does not control the activation of grammars. For instance, voice-only grammars may be active when the inputmode is restricted to DTMF. Those grammars would not be matched, however, because the voice input modality is not active. The default value of inputmodes is “dtmf voice”.
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