How To Send Group Messages on iPhone 5

How To Send Group Messages on iPhone 5 – Despite the popularity, maturity, and general efficiency of the iOS platform, there is no denying that it sometimes lacks features that many consider vital.

We, for example, have been receiving messages from our readers about sending group messages to multiple contacts in iOS. If you are a new user to iOS and want to learn about how to send group messages, this tip might help you – like some other operating systems, iOS does not allow you to select multiple contacts from the contact list, at the same time. However, you can select each contact individually.

How To Send Group Messages on iPhone 5

How To Send Group Messages on iPhone 5

Step 1: Open the Messages app in your iPhone, and Tap on “New Message”.

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Step 2: Tap on the “+” button in the top right corner to select the recipient contact.

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Step 3: You can also search for a particular contact by typing in his or her name.

Step 4: Tap again on the “+” button to add another recipient.

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Step 5: Using this method, you can select as many contacts as you want.

And that’s it! In this way, you can send a text message to a group of contacts. After sending the message, it will be saved in your conversation lists. So, you can open this conversion list anytime to send another text message to that particular group.

There is currently no Cydia tweak or application available allowing you to select multiple recipients at the same time – so, until somebody decides to make on, this method shall have to suffice.

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