Apr 5, 2017

How to Forward Text Messages as Email on iPhone

Have you ever wanted to forward the text messages or iMessages you received on your iPhone as Emails without copying and pasting the message content? I'm here to tell you that it's possible to do that on your iPhone. It's very simple, all you have to do is to follow my below steps.

HOW TO FORWARD TEXT MESSAGES OR iMESSAGES AS EMAILS ON YOUR iPhone

  1. Open Messages and launch the conversation you want to forward.
  2. Double-tap on the message. You will see a pop-up, listing options like More and Copy. Each message will also have a small circle beside it, and the message you selected will have a blue tick.
  3. On the lower right corner of the screen, you will find a Forward arrow. Tap on it and it takes you to a new window. This new window will have just the selected message.
  4. Type in the email address you want to send it to. That’s all.

Note that you can forward more than one message at a time. Just select all the messages you wish to forward. A blue tick will appear in the tiny circle beside the messages.

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Also, you can forward more than just messages. You can send iMessages, videos, images and GIFs. Furthermore, if you forward text messages to several people on iMessage, it automatically becomes a group conversation.

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    1. I noticed that too. They have even removed the game from Playstore. Maybe the company has temporary stopped the game.

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  2. Hey bro.. Anytime i try using stark vpn or tweakware, it says stark vpn has unfortunately closed... Same goes for tweakware.

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    1. Might be network disconnections and or network change.

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  3. Thanks for this update

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  4. Wow. Is this hard to do on an IPhone? Wow. Smh

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