How to like a post on iPhone 13

Did you have someone on a text message, like the one you sent from your iPhone 13?

The first time you see it happen it can be very interesting and may be something you want to try out for yourself.

Fortunately, you can quickly do this with the messages you receive by following the instructions in our guide below.

You can like a text message on iPhone 13 by opening Messages, then Conversation, finding the message, long-pressing it, and then tapping the thumbs-up icon.

How to write excellent text on iPhone

  1. open the messages.
  2. Select a conversation.
  3. Press and hold on a message.
  4. Touch the like icon.

Below, our guide continues with more information on how to like a post on iPhone 13, including photos of the steps.

Many social networking apps and websites provide their users with the option to like or dislike posts.

This is a useful option to allow the content creator and other users to see the public opinion of the content in question.

This feature is also available for text messages on your iPhone 13, albeit in a slightly different way.

If you see others like the messages you sent, or if you hear someone talking about it and you’re curious, you can learn how to like iPhone texts in the next section of this guide.

How to use iMessage feedback on iPhone 13

The steps in this article were performed on an iPhone 13 running iOS 16.4. These steps will also work for most other iPhone models with the latest iOS versions.

Step 1: Open the Messages app on your iPhone.

open messages

Step 2: Select the conversation with the post you want.

Step 3: Tap and hold on a message.

Press and hold on a message

Step 4: Tap on the Like icon to apply it to a message.

How to like a post on iPhone 13

Note that there are many other interaction options, including:

  • heart
  • excellent
  • shrug
  • ha ha
  • !!
  • ?

Now that you know how to like a message on iPhone 13, you can use this tool to apply any of the different reactions available on iMessages or other text messages that you receive on the device.

Have you ever sent a text with a green circle in it while the rest of the conversation was in blue circles?

In the next section, we’ll discuss why this happens from time to time and why it might not indicate that you’ve been blocked.

Why are iMessages sent as text messages?

If you send a text and it turns out to be green instead of blue, you might think you’ve been blocked.

While this is possible, there are several other reasons why this might happen.

For more information on this topic, you can read our complete guide to iMessage sent as a text message.

The most common reason for this to happen is that the recipient is on an Android device. People change their phones all the time, maybe they switched from iPhone to Android.

Their phone is turned off or the battery is dead.

They have a bad internet or cell phone connection, or you have a bad connection.

iMessage could be down or someone involved in the conversation may have turned it off.

So it’s a good idea to consider any of these possibilities if you see green text instead of blue. You can try waiting a bit and sending another message to see if it goes through. The problem is usually resolved fairly quickly.