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After asking Siri a question on macOS Sierra -- her response window just stays pinned in the upper right corner.

Is there a keyboard shortcut or another siri command to hide that window without having to click the small "x" button? Maybe a way to make it automatically close after some time has passed?

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You may close the Siri window at any time by pressing the ESC key. However, I am unaware of a way to automatically close Siri after some time has passed.

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Another option (besides the esc key) is cmd+..

This is useful if you're on a MacBook Pro with Touch Bar, and you're in an app where the esc has turned into something else (like while playing full-screen video).

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there is a workaround for that which actually works pretty awesome. i hope its ok to post the link:

http://www.macworld.com/article/3096187/macs/how-to-make-siri-activate-when-you-say-hey-siri-to-your-mac-running-macos-sierra.html

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