How to Like a Text on iPhone

Charlotte Daniels

iPhone, Tutorials

Do you often receive text messages on your iPhone that you really like and want to acknowledge? Well, you’re in luck because the latest iOS update allows you to like a text just like you would on social media. In this article, we will guide you through the simple steps to like a text on your iPhone.

Step 1: Open the Messages app

To begin, locate and tap on the Messages app icon on your iPhone’s home screen. This will open up your messaging conversations.

Step 2: Select the conversation

Next, select the conversation that contains the text message you want to like. You can do this by tapping on the name or phone number of the contact in your messages list.

Step 3: Find the text message

Scroll through the conversation until you find the specific text message that you want to like. Once located, tap and hold on that particular message until a menu appears.

Step 4: Like the text message

In the menu that appears, tap on “Like” to express your appreciation for that particular text message. The liked message will now display a small heart icon next to it.


If you accidentally liked a message or changed your mind, simply tap on “Like” again to remove your like.

Tips and Tricks

If you have multiple messages within a conversation that you’d like to like, simply repeat steps 3 and 4 for each individual message. You can show appreciation for as many messages as you’d like!

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    Congratulations! You now know how to like a text message on your iPhone. By utilizing this feature, you can acknowledge and appreciate messages that resonate with you.

    We hope this tutorial has been helpful to you. If you have any further questions or need assistance with any other iPhone features, feel free to explore our other tutorials!

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