Do you like sending text messages, though is one of the communication method you need to enjoy on your mobile device. This is more than sending text messages, you may want to know if the receiver read your message or not.
Sending text messages is not a complete communication process, the process only complete the other party read what you sent. This led us to what we want to write about on this article. This article will be focusing on how to know or tell if someone read your text messages or not.
Like with most things, people want privacy, especially when it comes to their personal text messages. No person should have to experience an invasion of privacy like someone sneakily reading their messages. You and the recipient should be the only people allowed to view these texts.
Luckily, though, technology is here to the rescue; there are some ways to uncover the truth about whether your message has been read.
How to Know if Someone Has Read Your Text Messages
The Android Messages app that comes with your phone includes read receipts and, just as with iMessages, you will need to be texting with someone who has the same app and who has read receipts enabled on their phone.
The method of toggling ON or OFF read receipts varies depending on the manufacturer such as,Tecno, HTC, LG or Samsung and the version of Android you are running but, in general, the process looks similar. Here are the steps to enable read text messages notification
Step 1 ====> Open you text app, from the text messaging app, open Settings. Sometimes, the settings are hidden behind three vertical dots or lines at the top of your screen; tap those dots or lines to reveal a hidden menu.
Step 2 ====> Navigate to Text Messages or Conversations.
Step 3 ====> Turn on or off Read Receipts, Send Read Receipts, or Request Receipt depending on your phone and what it is you want to do.
You can also turn Delivery Receipts ON or OFF. Note, this indicate whether your text message has successfully made it through or not, not whether it’s been read or not, look at the screen shot above.