12 Hidden Google Messages Features You Should Be Using - Lifehacker
Dec 01, 2021 1 min, 32 secs
Google’s Messages app is an Android smartphone’s answer to Apple Messages, and it has become so ubiquitous on those devices, you might not give it a second thought.

Yet with the advent of Google’s RCS platform (Google’s version of iMessage), the Google/Android Messages app is only becoming more useful, especially since this seemingly simple texting app hides many of its best features in a nest of settings menus.

Like the predictive responses offered up within Gmail, Google’s Suggestions feature gives you helpful suggestions for what to send depending on what’s in a text you just received.

After that, they just clog up the Messages app.

Go to Settings > Messages Organization > Auto-Delete OTPs after 24 hours to enable it?

Google Messages is available on the web, and it works a lot like WhatsApp Web.

First, open the Google Messages website on your computer; the site will load a QR code you’ll need to scan with your smartphone.

On your phone, open the Messages app, tap the three-dotted More button, and choose “Device Pairing.” Tap the QR code scanner and scan the QR code.

You’ll find all your starred messages in More > Starred section.

Just like in Gmail, you can schedule messages in the Google Messages app to be sent later; no need for your crush to know you were obsessing about them at 3 a.m.

You can unarchive any message here, too: Just tap and hold a message and tap the Unarchive button.

You can increase the font size just for the Messages app (while keeping everything else on your device the same size)

(If you want to change the font size for all apps on your device, go to Settings > Display > Font Size.)

Next, open the Messages app and go to More > Settings > Bubbles

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