How To Add iPhone Text Signature

Do you want to add an iPhone text Signature? The Apple iPhone doesn’t provide a way or method to create a signature for a text message the way you can do for an email. There are some apps on iTunes that promises to do so for you, but I personally don’t recommend any of them. They’re pretty cheap, cost too much money, and are difficult to use. All you need to do is to switch between the message and the app just to add the signature. Who wants to add those additional steps and time?

Hopefully, I checked out a way to add a signature to the end of all of the outgoing messages (and iMessages) with the help of keyboard shortcut. It only takes a few moments to set these up and you can then add it at the last of every message.

Make New Keyboard Shortcut To Add iPhone Text Signature

 iPhone Text Signature

NOTE – This technique can be used for any and all phrases you look for yourself typing regularly into a text like a URL, mobile number, address, or anything else that you use often. Just follow the instructions below to make a new keyboard shortcut and you can then use it once you type!

If you want to create a keyboard shortcut:

Step 1:

Head over to the Home screen, then open the “Settings“.

Step 2:

Select “General“.

Step 3:

Move down to search the “Keyboard” field and click on it.

Step 4:

Choose “Text Replacement“.

Step 5:

Choose the + located at the upper-right corner to add a new shortcut.

Step 6:

Now in the “Phrase” field, input whatever it is you like to use as a shortcut or signature within text messages. Remember that texts are assumed to be on the short side, so don’t create something silly long here.

Step 7:

Now from the “Shortcut” field, input the 2-3 letter shortcut you will use to bring the signature up within a message. Once you are completed, click the “Save” button located in the upper-right corner of the display screen.

Use Shortcut To Add iPhone Text Signature

In my example, I select the short phrase “Blessed Be” display up at the last of my text messages. When I complete the text message, I just input bb at the last and my shortcut will appear. I then just click tap the space bar and iOS places the shortcut/signature within the text for me.

Be creative – if you like to end your texts with something like:

~ Good Looking– https://goodlooing.com ~

You have to type this into the Phrase field on the display screen to make a shortcut. When the shortcut trigger, you can then use something like “siggie” to trigger it.

You can also select to use whatever you want as your shortcut “signature” – short is usually always better while sharing an SMS. Likewise, the trigger shortcut can be something round about 2-3 letters for some part and easy to remember. You must try to save your time.

Conclusion:

Here’s all about ‘iPhone Text Signature ‘. You can now easily add text Signature in your iPhone. If you find it helpful then let us know below!

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