Using Stickers on Your iPhone and How To Create Your Own

Stickers allow you to quickly respond visually to a message. They can be emoji, posed Memoji, and also custom images from your own Photos. You can use Stickers in the Messages app and on photos in other apps as well.

Comments: 6 Responses to “Using Stickers on Your iPhone and How To Create Your Own”

    Carol
    2 months ago

    Gary, you never cease to amaze with your in-depth tutorials.Thank you for taking the time to do them.
    Much appreciated

    Ess
    2 months ago

    Gary, Gary, Gary... Like Carol said, 'you never cease to amaze me'. Just when I think I know it all.

    Quick unrelated question. When clicking the ADD button to a Message on the Mac, where did the "send audio" option go? I don't remember how to do that on the Mac. Devices, it's there as an option in Add. Again, you da best. Thank you for taking the time to explain all these unknown nuances.

    2 months ago

    Ess: In macOS Sonoma, in Messages, look at the right side of the typing field at the bottom. There is a gray icon that looks like a waveform you can click.

    John Blake
    2 months ago

    I learned that I can save the stickers sent from others and that Stickers can be added to a specific location in a message. I have a couple favorites. I just wish there was a way to edit the Sticker. I have one I like to use creates from an image, but it has what looks a dog’s tail coming out of the persons rearend. Out of respect, I can’t use it. Guess I need to try editing the original photo in an app?

    2 months ago

    John: Yes, you can try editing it a bit in Photos and then re-making the Sticker. You could also use the Edit With option in Photos to take it into Pixelmator, Photoshop, etc.

    Sheldon
    2 months ago

    Thanks bunches

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