how to mark all your posts as read

iOS 16 allows you to mark all your messages as read, in just a few clicks. Convenient for anyone who tends to get overwhelmed by a ton of text messages! If you belong to this category of users, we explain to you how to get rid of all these notifications.

iOS 16 edit Messages

May he who has never let himself be overwhelmed by message notifications throw the first stone at us. Often, it happens to quickly delete the notification of this annoying message (very often an advertisement or SPAM by the way) rather than going to the application to open it and, thus, mark it as read. Result: the small red dot above the icon displays a number that grows, grows… Until it gets out of control.

However, there is a particularly simple and fast method on iOS 16 to escape the anxiety of unread messages. Not content with having already added long-awaited features, such as editing sent messages, or even very practical features, such as detecting and hiding pornographic photos, Apple also allows its users to make all these notifications disappear by a few gestures.

How to Mark All Your Messages as Read on iOS 16

Indeed, a small feature hidden from the eyes of the less seasoned exists precisely to fulfill this task. To find it, nothing could be simpler, just follow the guide. Only a few clicks will give you peace of mind. So here’s how to go about it:

  • On your iPhone or iPad, open the app Posts
  • At the top right of your screen, click Edit
  • At the bottom left of the screen, click Read all

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And that’s all. Once these three steps have been completed, your application will automatically mark all messages as read, thus removing this annoying red dot and its much too large counter. Did this tutorial help clear your mind, or do you have any other iOS 16 tips to share with us? Feel free to let us know in the comments!

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