How to save received documents in iMessage

The Messaging app, which includes the iMessage service, is the ideal alternative for users who want to stay in the Apple ecosystem and use it as an alternative to WhatsApp and Telegram. Although it’s not popular in Brazil, it’s common to find other people who are adept at the service.

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  • Therefore, it is important to know the features and tricks that facilitate the usability of the Apple Messenger. One of them is saving documents received in conversations. If someone sends you a PDF or DOC, you can easily save these files on your iPhone or iPad and even export them to Files, via iCloud, or a cloud service of your choice.

    Check out the tutorial we have prepared below for you to become more proficient in iMessage and start saving correctly received documents in the Messaging app.

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    Step 1:

    open the Messaging app. Then tap the conversation that sent the document.

    Open the message with the document received in iMessage – Screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

    Step 2:

    Open the document and tap the share button.

    Touch the button to save the file – Screenshot: Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

    Step 3:

    Tap “Save to Files” to save to the Files app, or export to a cloud service or other desired application.

    Save to the Files app or to a cloud service of your choice – Screenshot : Thiago Furquim (Canaltech)

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