Ever get a text from a random number and wish you could know who it was before you reply? In iOS 13. Users can share their name and a photo in Messages. This information can be shared with contacts only, and on a case-by-case basis. To get started, open Messages. Then, tap on the three dot icon near the top of the screen, or tap on the option to add a name and photo. You can take a new photo, use or create an Animoji, or choose from an existing photo in your library. Enter your name, and choose the sharing options you want. Now, whenever you send a message to one of your contacts, this info will be shared. You can also choose other people with whom you wish to share this info, even if they are not in your contacts. This is done on a per message basis, so you are always in complete control of who sees your name and photo.
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