Siri no longer just lives in your pocket. Apple on Monday announced the personal assistant can now take queries on your MacBook, too, thanks to macOS Sierra.

Siri exists right in the dock and can be used for a number of things, including the normal tasks like creating calendar events or checking the weather, but also for browsing the Web or searching through files. When Siri returns your results, you can interact with them. In one example, Apple showed how a user might drag Siri’s Web search results right into a document. It also works for messaging, in case you want to send an iMessage, or to query results for new movies.

Siri for macOS will launch when macOS Sierra launches as a free upgrade in the fall.