How to Send Messages with Effects

Send a message with effects Open Messages and tap the Compose button to start a new message. Or go to an existing conversation. Enter your message or insert a photo, then touch and hold the Send button . Tap the gray dot. to preview bubble effects. Tap the Send button .

Sending a text message is a simple task, but did you know that you can make it more fun by adding special effects? In this post, we will show you how.

First, let’s say you want to celebrate something and want to make your message more interesting. You can simply press and hold the button that appears beside the text box. This will give you the option to add effects to your message.

There are two different types of effects you can add: bubble and screen. Under the bubble option, you can choose from slam, loud, gentle, and invisible ink effects. On the other hand, the screen option lets you fill the whole screen with a specific text. You can choose from a variety of options including balloons, confetti, heart sign, celebration stuff, fireworks, and much more.

Once you have chosen the effect you want, simply hit the “done” button to send it. The effect will appear on the recipient’s phone just as you see it on your screen.

You can use this feature to make your messages more exciting and engaging. Whether you want to send a message with a spotlight effect or customize it with balloons and confetti, the options are endless.

In conclusion, adding special effects to your text messages can make them more fun and memorable. So go ahead, try it out and impress your friends and family with your new texting skills.


How do you send iPhone messages with effects?
In a new or existing conversation, type a message or insert a photo or Memoji.Touch and hold. , then tap Screen.Swipe left to preview different screen effects.Tap to send the message or. to cancel the effect and return to your message.
What texts have effects on iPhone?
'Happy New Year' When you send a "Happy New Year" message, your text will be accompanied by its own colorful fireworks show. ... 'Happy Chinese New Year' Chinese New Year gets its own effect, too. ... 'Happy Birthday' ... 'Congrats' or 'Congratulations' ... 'Pew Pew'