How to use iMessage on iPhone and iPad like a pro – Guide

When we started using the cell phone phones, we could make calls and send messages over a cellular network. This type of message was known as an SMS or Short Messaging Service text message. Back then, texting was cumbersome and required typing tedious letters on a numeric keypad. Then came smartphones with their on-screen keyboards, and texting quickly became the main form of communication. Smartphones also brought us data, an internet connection through that cellular network. The combination meant that we could more easily send images, videos and other data in our text messages, making them even more useful. If Animoji doesn’t make you smile, Memoji will break the ice. And when the bubble effects aren’t glowing up throughout the conversation, the flashy effects are hidden on the screen. iMessage is Apple’s own instant messaging service that sends messages over the Internet using your information. They only work if you have an internet connection. To send iMessages, you need a data plan or you can send them over Wi-Fi. There is no charge for using Wi-Fi, but if you are using your phone’s, they will be deducted from your data plan. Sending photos or videos via iMessage can consume a lot of data very quickly.

Customize iMessage app drawer

To define up your iMessage profile

For personalized messages, I recommend that you set up your iMessage profile (requires iOS 13 or newer). This not only improves messaging but also plays an important role in managing contacts. Interestingly, you can set Memoji as your iMessage profile picture. Offering a wide range of customization options, you can customize your Memoji and customize it as your profile. To get started, open the Messages app on your device -> small circle button -> Change name and photo -> Choose name and photo… After that set up your profile following the instructions.

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Use smart filters to keep your messages organized

Smart Filters was one of the most notable additions to the Messages app in iOS 14. It automatically organizes your messages into different categories so you can easily access specific message types. In short, you no longer have to hop around to keep up with your messages.

Pinning/unpinning chats

You no longer need to sign in to the Messages app to access your favorite chats for communication. Last year iOS 14 added a pin feature that lets you quickly access the chats you use most often. All pinned chats are displayed at the top.

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