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Question: How to send a message later in time?

How can I type a message now but send it later without actually having to send it myself?

iPhone 7, iOS 11.1

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While there may be an app in the app store capable of performing that action, the native Messages app is not capable of doing that. Try searching the app store and looking for that particular feature.

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Nov 17, 2017 2:51 PM in response to Sharklinn15 In response to Sharklinn15

That's not a feature of iPhones. It's probably the only feature I miss from my Android days.


There are apps that will sort of work around it but then the message doesn't look as if it comes from you and can't be properly replied to. Sorry, I don't remember the names.

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Nov 17, 2017 2:51 PM in response to Sharklinn15 In response to Sharklinn15

That's not a feature of iPhones. It's probably the only feature I miss from my Android days.


There are apps that will sort of work around it but then the message doesn't look as if it comes from you and can't be properly replied to. Sorry, I don't remember the names.

Nov 17, 2017 2:51 PM

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Nov 17, 2017 2:52 PM in response to Sharklinn15 In response to Sharklinn15

While there may be an app in the app store capable of performing that action, the native Messages app is not capable of doing that. Try searching the app store and looking for that particular feature.

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