Using a signature every time when you text to someone on Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus can be an elegant and distinctive sign. If you care about the optics and you always want your messages to look impeccable, you won’t stand not to sign it in a very personalized way. Now, whatever that way may be, there’s one problem with this flagship from Samsung – it doesn’t let you do it by default so you have to manually go in and add signature to text message on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.
So, you might have decided exactly how you want your text messages to look but you have to manually type your signature every single time. What’s the point in having a smartphone if it can’t help you with what is supposed to be a simple and automatic process, you wonder?
Don’t take it too personally because it’s actually the Android OS version that doesn’t support this feature. The Samsung Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus adding a signature automatically happen once the settings has been enabled… Here is the secret:
How To Add Signature To Text Messages On Galaxy S9 And Galaxy S9 Plus:
- Go to Language and Input, at the Settings menu;
- In there, select your Samsung Keyboard – assuming you still use the stock keyboard app!
- Next, locate the Text Shortcuts option and access it;
- Use the Add button to create a new shortcut;
- You’ll see that there are two fields you need to fill out:
- Quick Access
- Extended Text
- Use the Quick Access to give a name to your text shortcut, such as “Signature”;
- Use the Extended Text to compose the actual signature you want to accompany your messages;
- Save it and leave the menus when you’re ready.
Back to the actual Messages app and using the stock Samsung keyboard, simply use the Signature shortcut that you just created.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus will automatically add that signature that you composed – “Yours sincerely, Name, First Name” – or whatever you have selected! There you go, no need to type it yourself from now on.