Or go to an existing message. Type your message. Tap the Send button. Or depending on your device, you help need to swipe left over the notification and tap Messaage. On iPhone SE 2nd generationyou'll need to swipe left on the notification, then tap View to reply to a message from the Lock screen.
Learn how to manage Messages notifications from the Lock screen. Pin important mfssage With Messages in iOS 14, you can pin up to nine conversations.
When you pin a conversation it shows up at the top of the Messages app, so it's easy to get to. To pin a conversation, open Messages, then swipe right over the conversation. heop
Or follow these steps: Open Messages, then tap Edit or the More button. Tap Done. Change your name and photo With iOS 13 and later, and iPadOS, You can share your name and photo when you start or respond to a new message.
You can use a Memojior a custom image for your photo. Here's how: Open Messages and tap Edit in the upper-left corner. Tap Edit Name and Photo.
Edit your name. Or tap the image circle to choose an image, photo, emoji or Memoji.
Your message and photo can be shared with anyone using iMessage, but you'll be asked to confirm that you want to share with someone when sending or replying to a mesxage help. You can also turn sharing on and off. Just complete stepsand turn Name and Photo Sharing on or off.
Delete a message or conversation When you delete a message or conversation, you can't get it back. So help sure that you save important information from your messages. To delete a single message: Touch and hold the message bubble that you message to delete, then tap More.
If you want to delete all messages in the thread, tap Delete All in the upper-left help. Then tap Delete Conversation. As message as the conversation isn't pinned, you can also swipe left over the conversation, tap Delete, then tap Delete again to confirm.
To delete more than one conversation, open Messages and tap Edit in the upper-left corner. Then select how long you want to keep your messages.