How to Add Subject Lines to Texts in Messages App on iPhone and iPad

Imagine that your text messages could have subject lines that can help readers to understand the subject of your text more clearly. Here's how you can add this feature in Messages app on iPhone and iPad.

What is the first thing you observe when you receive an email? The sender’s name and the subject line. We decide the importance of an email through its subject line itself. Earlier, it was believed that only the emails have this feature of the subject line. Surprisingly, you can add subject lines to texts in the Messages app on your iPhone or iPad.

How intriguing a feature can this be when you have to send a text message for business purposes! By reading the subject, receivers can form an idea about the content of that message. Based on this, they can set priorities of reading messages in the first half of the day.

Besides, the text written in the subject line in the Messages app automatically gets bold when sent. So, the subject line text stands out amidst the rest of the message. While it indeed does sound interesting, how should one activate this setting on their iPhone? Let’s check out!

How to Add or Remove a Subject Line in Messages App on iOS Device

Here are the steps to enable the Subject line Field in your Messages app:

Step #1. Open Settings app on your iPhone.

Step #2. Tap on Messages.

Tap on Settings then Messages on iPhone

Step #3. You will find Show Subject Field, under the SMS/MMS field. Turn on the toggle for it.

Add a Subject Line to Text Messages on iPhone and iPadYou will now be able to spot the Subject Line Field in the text.

Subject Line in Messages App on iPhone or iPadNotably, if you do not want to include a subject line in your message, you can simply skip over to the text section, type and send your message as usual.

And in case you do not like the feature and want to remove it, then just turn off the toggle for Show Subject Field from the Settings → Messages.

Remove a Subject Line to Text Messages on iPhone and iPad

That’s it! It is that simple.

Messaging is considered a better way to communicate with people. Instead of disturbing somebody at odd hours, you can just send a text message and ask for their convenient time to talk.

On a regular day, we send messages to our family, friends, colleagues, business associates or acquaintances. Features such as Subject Line further enhances our messaging skills and aid us in saying our piece better.

Do you know that apart from this feature, iPhone also allows you to simply mute/hide alerts from specific chats in your Messages app?

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