In a few short sentences, we can create a text that conveys a variety of meanings.
We can also make it sound like we’re talking to someone.
So what’s the difference between texting and talking?
Here are a few tips to make a text sound like it’s from your friends or family.
First, text when talking, not when you’re doing something.
This could be when you are texting or talking to another person, but don’t be surprised if you get a “Huh?” response when you text.
Second, use a voice-over sound.
If you want your text to be like it came from your phone, you can set up a voicemail feature.
You can add a voice to your text and then set it up to sound like you’re speaking to someone, for example.
This helps convey the fact that you’re talking.
Third, if you’re using your phone to talk, try to avoid using text messaging apps.
They’re not the most accurate or useful for messaging, but they’re a great way to get text messages.
You’re only going to hear what your friends and family are saying.
Fourth, avoid using voice-only apps like WhatsApp or Instagram.
These apps can sometimes make your text sound more like an email.
It can be very confusing and annoying.
Third parties have a way of making your text more authentic, so use that.
You can also use a video call app to make your message sound more natural.
You might be able to get away with using an iPhone, but an Android phone isn’t going to work.