Do you want to mark up your photos in iOS 10 without leaving Messages? Follow this guide to learn how!

Do you want to up your in 10 without leaving Messages? Follow this guide to learn how!

Messages is an easy way to share with friends and family, and 10’s new Markup editor lets you add some extra flair to your images. While you can use the Markup editor in the app, you can also do so from within the Messages app.

Here’s how!

Apple’s 2016 software updates — 10, watchOS 3, tvOS 10, and macOS Sierra — are currently available as closed developer previews or as public betas for iPhone, iPad, and Mac. (Sadly, no public beta for the Apple Watch or tvOS this year.) While the betas contain new features, they also contain pre-release bugs that can prevent the normal use of your iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch, Apple TV, or Mac, and are not intended for everyday use on a primary device. That’s why we strongly recommend staying away from the developer previews, and using the public betas with caution. If you depend on your devices, wait for the final release this fall.

How to take and up an instant photo in Messages in iOS 10How to take and up a photo in Messages in iOS 10How to Markup an existing photo in Messages in iOS 10

How to take and up an instant photo in Messages in iOS 10

Launch the Messages app on your iPhone or iPad.Tap on the conversation in which you’d like to send a marked up photo.

Tap on the camera button in the bottom-left corner. If the keyboard is up, tap the arrow next to the Compose box first.

Open Messages, tap the Camera button

Tap the capture button on the camera panel at the bottom of your screen to take a photo. The photo will automatically appear in the Compose box.Tap the photo in the Compose box.

Tap Markup.

Take photo, tap photo, choose markup

Markup your photo. You can draw on it, magnify certain spots, or add text, all in a variety of colors and styles.

Tap Save.Tap Done.

Tap the Send button (looks like an arrow).

Markup, hit save, hit Done, Send

How to take and mark up a photo in Messages in iOS 10

Launch the Messages app on your iPhone or iPad.Tap on the conversation in which you’d like to send a marked up photo.

Tap on the camera button in the bottom-left corner. If the keyboard is up, tap the arrow next to the Compose box first.

Open Messages, tap the Camera button

Swipe to the right and tap Camera.In Camera, tap the capture button to take a photo.

Tap Markup.

Swipe and choose camera, take photo, choose Markup

Markup your photo. You can draw on it, magnify certain spots, or add text, all in a variety of colors and styles.

Tap Save.Select Done.

Hit the Send button (looks like an arrow).

Hit Save, hit Done, hit Send

How to mark up an existing photo in Messages in iOS 10

Launch the Messages app on your iPhone or iPad.Tap on the conversation in which you’d like to send a marked up photo.

Tap on the camera button in the bottom-left corner. If the keyboard is up, tap the arrow next to the Compose box first.

Open Messages, tap the Camera button

Swipe to the left to scroll through recent .Swipe to the right and tap the Photo Library button to see your entire photo library and all of your albums.

Tap the image or video you’d like to send. In recent photos, the picture will automatically appear in the Compose box. When viewing your whole library, tap Choose. Your photo or video will appear in the compose box.

Choose your photo

Tap the photo in the Compose box.

Tap Markup.Markup your photo. You can draw on it, magnify certain spots, or add text, all in a variety of colors and styles.

Tap Save.

Tap photo, choose markup, markup and save

Tap Done.

Tap the Send button (looks like an arrow).

Tap Done, hit Send

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