How to Use Android Message for the Web to Send Text from Computer?Mark Davis
If you’re looking for a simple way to send a text for anyone from your computer system instead of using your cell phone, then you are at the right place. Recently, Google has announced a Web feature for the Android Messages app. However, it is a browser-based service that will help you to send and receive both types of messages like- SMS and RCS (Rich Communication Services) messages from your computer system such as- Mac, Chrome book, and other devices with a web browser. This post will guide you how to set it up and what you can expect from Google’s new messaging feature.
Use of Android Messages for the Web
- To start this process, you need to open the Messages app on your phone.
- Then click on the options button that is located in the upper-right corner of the screen.
- Now, you will need to select the “Messages for the web” from the menu.
- It will show you another screen with a scanning button.
- Then you need to move the messages.android.com on your PC.
- Then scan the shown QR Code with the Messages app on your cell-phone.
- If you are not interested in using this e-link each of the time then you need to turn on the “Remember this computer” switch before starting the scanning process of the code.
- Now you have completed the process.
- Now you will be able to send or receiving any text from your browser.
There is no doubt that this method is very simple or easy to use for the users. You will find a list of conversation on the left and currently selected chat on the right. You can quickly send any type of stickers, texts, images, and different kind of attractive emojis with your PC. With the help of this, and you will able to see all of your previous messages. You can create new ones and can able to get the desktop notifications on your web browser. You can get it on the various browsers such as- Safari, Firefox, Chrome, and Microsoft Edge are also supported with this.
It has an excellent ability to syncs your any messages effectively between your phone and your web browser. Because of any reason, if you have removed or create any message from one source, it is able to show that on the other in near real-time. There is also Dark Mode that you can get via Settings sections. In any case, if you don’t remember to log out of the Messages app on a computer, you can remotely log out from your cell- phone.
Now you can also share any type of files with a simple drag and drop, PDF. However, the Microsoft Office docs are not supported with this. But no doubt, it is indeed a good start for cross-platform Android messaging.
It was announced as a top feature of this year, and is off to a great start and should only change moving forward.
Although this amazing feature just started rolling out from last week, it might not be an option on your phone yet, but you will use it as soon as possible.