How to remove yourself from a group conversation on iMessage

How to remove yourself from a group conversation on iMessage

One of the most popular ways of expressing yourself or exchanging ideas is through communication. In this growing world of technology, we have been gifted with multiple ways of communication, some of which, include –

  1. Text Messaging (SMS or MMS)
  2. Social Media Messengers (Whatsapp, Messenger, etc)
  3. Emails

Out of the three, probably the most convenient option is that of the SMS. Apple has its own proprietary messaging client, which they call iMessage, and over the years, it has grown into a wholesome SMS/instant messaging platform, that rivals the likes of Facebook Messenger and even Whatsapp. Initially, iMessage was made to support only Apple to Apple communication, but eventually, Apple caved in and allowed iMessage to operate as a more standardized SMS app, with the only difference being the color codes. Apple to Apple conversations appears in blue color, while Apple to non-Apple conversations appears in green. Other than this, the rest of the features behave the same.

One of the best ways to chat with multiple contacts at the same time is through group conversations. Grouping contacts allows you to communicate with everyone at the same time, and it’s perfect when you are planning an event, or just want to catch up with old buddies. Group conversations are also used within companies to exchange ideas or even collaborate on projects.

However, if the group has run its course, or you feel that the conversations have gone stale, you always have the option to exit the group in just a tap. Now, before we tell you how to exit a group conversation on iMessage, make sure you inform everyone on the group that you are going to do so, in order to avoid unnecessary misunderstandings.

With that out of the way, here’s how you can easily exit a group converation.

Open the ‘Messages‘ app on the iPhone.