Verizon Messages is a text messaging app from Verizon Wireless. Use Verizon Messages on available smartphones to send and receive messages easily. You can also customize the color and font size of your messages. Use Integrated Messaging to keep up with your messages on your phone, tablet and computer, and make HD voice and video calls. Take picture messaging to the next level with the postcard, collage and sketch features. This how-to video explains the basic features of Verizon Messages and shows you how to get started. Watch the other videos listed below for more information on the advanced features.
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Verizon Messages - Basic Use
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Verizon Message - Basic Use
Begin by tapping the Verizon Messages icon from any Home screen to open the app.
To send a text message, tap the Pencil icon in the lower right hand corner of the screen.
Addressing a message to more than one person will start a group conversation.
To leave this conversation and see the list of all your conversations, tap the Back button.
When you get a new message from someone, their conversation jumps to the top of the list.
To add a picture to a message, simply tap the Plus button.
Then tap Gallery. You can attach pictures that are already on your phone, pictures you've saved in Verizon Cloud, or take a new one to share.
Choose your photo and tap the Send button. Tap the Text box to add a message to go with your picture. When your message is complete, tap the Send button.
In addition to adding pictures to your message, you can use the plus sign to attach a video.
To learn more about Verizon Messages, please visit verizonwireless.com/verizonmessages