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How to Send Messages with Effects in macOS Big Sur

The iMessage effects have been around for both iPhone and iPad. However, we now have it in the macOS Big Sur. This means you can now enjoy the iMessage effect on your Mac as well. These new features let you convey words using screen effects like balloons, invisible ink, confetti, fireworks, and more.

Without wasting much time, we will be showing you how to use the iMessage effect on your Mac in Big Sur.



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Types of Message Effects You Can Send on Mac

On iOS and iPadOS, we affect categorize under two heading – Bubble and Screen. However, on Mac, the effects are listed below…

  • Love
  • Balloons
  • Invisible Ink
  • Confetti
  • Slam
  • Lasers
  • Loud
  • Celebration
  • Echo
  • Spotlight
  • Fireworks
  • Gentle

How to Use iMessage Effects in macOS Big Sur

Step 1: Click on iMessage conversation or start a new one by clicking on the compose button

Step 2: Then tap a Message.

Step 3: Click on the App Store icon from the left of the text box.

Step 4: Now Click on the Message Effect.

Step 5: Here select an effect like Invisible Ink, Confetti, Celebration, Fireworks, etc. And then click on the blue send button.

How to Automatically Send Messages with Effects in Mac

When you send any messages like Congratulations, Congrats, Happy New Year, Happy Birthday, and Pew Pew, the iMessage effect will be automatically be applied here. So no need to manually use or add them. This works both on Mac, iPad, and iPhone as well.

That’s all you need to know on how to use the latest iMessage effect on Mac Big Sur.

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James T.

James, Editor-in-Chief of the leading technology blog TechyLoud, is a smartphone aficionado turned tech guru. With over a decade in the industry, he deciphers complex technology into easy how-tos. Known for his keen insights, James is dedicated to helping readers navigate the rapidly evolving digital landscape.

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