Resolved BiteSMS Users: What Does "Mark all Read" Setting Do?

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  1. HickDead, Mar 29, 2012
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    HickDead macrumors 6502a

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    Under SETTINGS > FEATURES > QUICK COMPOSE & QUICK REPLY.....

    What does the setting "Mark All Read" do?

    I read the description below it but I'm still unable to figure it out.

    Can someone fill me in on this feature please. Thx
     
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    Dont mind that user above.
    That's all the type of posts you will see from her. Im surprised she's not banned yet.
     
  5. Minhimalism macrumors 65816

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    I think, though I'm not sure, that if you have iMessage sent to send a read receipt to the recipient, it'll 'mark all' of your messages as read if you had previously hit the "Later" button which would ignore the message? I'm not sure, I just think it sends read receipts if you haven't yet for some reason. Anyone feel free to correct me if I'm wrong!
     
  6. vtmikevt macrumors regular

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    that little pulldown bar at the top of the quick reply and quick compose window. If you have unread texts from that person and you pull that down, it will mark them as read.

    So say you get two texts from the same person. You tap one of them to do a quick reply, type your message and send it. You still have one of the messages as unread.

    Now if instead of just replying, you pull down the grey bar, after you reply, you won't have any unread messages because you marked the other message as read when you pulled the bar down.

    Hope that helps.
     
  7. HickDead thread starter macrumors 6502a

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    Much appreciated. You explained it perfectly. Thanks!
     

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