With iOS 13, users can now set up their own profile with names and avatars to chat with friends and family with iMessage, as well as update specific information for contact. and new personal photos with friends in the phonebook.
This is considered a very interesting upgrade from Apple because previously, users had to put pictures and names themselves in their address book. And other users can only see your contact information indirectly by manually typing them in the contact information.
This article will guide you how to create a profile picture and display a personal name when using iMessage on iOS 13, please read along.
Launch the Messages application and click on the "three dots" icon.
Click the "Edit name and photo" option.
A feature introduction interface appears, click on the "Choose a name and a photo" line.
First, enter the name you want to display in the "Display Name" box, then click the "See more" option in the avatar box.
The suggested avatar will appear, if you want to take yourself as your avatar, click the camera icon.
In case you want to use Animoji as an avatar, please click on the "+" symbol.
The Animoji avatar design interface will appear, you can choose your own skin color, face, hair, etc. to feel right for you.
There are many options for you to use, it is not too difficult for you to create your own avatar "quality" is not it?
After choosing, the next part will be the choice of posture.
Next is to set the image position in the frame.
And next is the background color.
When everything is done, click Continue and "Use" in the message that appears.
Finally, the option to share your avatar with all iMessage users in your contacts.
That's it, from now on if someone in your contacts has iMessage enabled and has upgraded to iOS 13, they will see your name and profile picture, and your contact information automatically. Great is not it?