Wednesday, 9 October 2013

Send an iMessage from almost any application


Are you a frequent user of Apple’s iMessage services? If yes then you must open the program in iOS or OS X to compose your message. Well, Apple is here to offer some sharing devices which can be used to send messages if supported in the program. 

i messages


Right-click a word in the text and choose Messages from the Share submenu. In this, you need to remove the added word from the message before composing and sending it to the desired contact. These sharing services are designed to send a selected object like an image in iPhoto, or a file in the Finder, or some text in a program like TextEdit. Also, you can use these services to add the selected items as attachments to the message. If you delete the attachment then you can simply type an alternative message to send as per your wish.
From the Finder, right-click any file or folder, and choose Messages from the Share submenu. On doing this, you get a small message window with your item selected. Now, simply delete the item as well as compose the new message to send. In case, you are using textEdit then right-click a word to access the same Share menu and in this you will find Messages as an option.
You can find this option in either iOS or OS X. Thus, whenever you see the sharing menu with an option to compose a Message, you can remove the attachment to send your typed message to anyone. 
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