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How to Pin Your Conversations in Google Messages on Android



Google Messages is the de facto messaging app for the majority of Android smartphones and tablets. In addition to providing its users with features they've always wanted, RCS support helps Google Messages catch up to Apple's iMessage in terms of feature parity.


Other useful features include the ability to pin conversations to the top of Google Messages for easier access, similar to how conversations are displayed on iMessage. Do you want to know how to save conversations in Google Messages as favorites? This article will provide you with more information.


Instructions on how to pin a Conversation in Google Messages



It takes no time at all to pin a conversation to the top of a list of other conversations in Google Messages. All you need is the most recent version of the Google Messages app installed on your device to get started. Please see our guide on how to navigate the Google Play Store's user interface if you are having any difficulties with the Google Message update.


With the help of pinning messages, you can stay on top of any new information from family or friends with whom you communicate on a regular basis.


To pin a conversation in Google Messages, follow the steps outlined below:


  1. Log into your Google Messages account.
  2. Locate a conversation that you'd like to keep at the top of the app's screen.
  3. Tap and hold the conversation to reveal the top menu bar.
  4. Click on the Pin icon at the top of the page.


You can only pin one conversation at a time, so make sure you choose wisely. If you want to pin more than one conversation at a time, repeat the process described above. A striking similarity exists between this procedure and the process of pinning conversations in WhatsApp, Facebook's instant messaging application.


What Then Happens When You Pin a Chat in Messages?


Google Messages will immediately move the conversation to the top of the list of other conversations. A pinned chat has a pin icon next to it, which makes it easier to distinguish it from other conversations. Google Messages will automatically pin the conversation with the most recent message to the top of the list of other pins.


You should only use this feature sparingly because Google Messages only allows for a maximum of three pinned chats at a time.


To unpin a message, first tap the message to reveal the top menu bar, then select the unpin icon from the menu bar.


In Conclusion


Google Messages may appear to be an uninteresting messaging app, but it is far more powerful than you might expect. Apart from the ability to pin conversations, there is a plethora of other options available.


You can mark messages as favorites, and with RCS, you get iMessage-like functionality, such as the ability to send messages over Wi-Fi, share large files, and check read receipts, among other things. As long as your device is capable of supporting RCS, it would be best if you took advantage of it.

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