How to Delete Handwritten Message History from iOS 10

Summary

With iOS 10 you can send handwritten messages, and they will remain in recent history. Read this post to learn how to delete them in Recents list on iOS 10.

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Sep. 26, 2016

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Download PhoneRescue to extract and recover deleted messages from iOS 10 devices. Now read on this guide to learn how to delete handwritten messages from Recents lists in iOS 10.

iOS 10 brings you a lot of new features to Message like Bubble effect messages, digital touch, custom stickers, as well as hand written messages. The handwritten messages that you've sent will show up in your recent history every time you tap the Apps tab in Messages. From this menu, you may think it is impossible to remove them.

Actually, you are allowed to delete your handwritten messages from the Recent list from iOS 10 Message app. In this tutorial, we will show you how to do that.

See Also: The Most Common iOS 10 Issues and Problems You May Meet >

Also Read: How to Fix iMessage Issues in iOS 10 >

How to Delete Handwritten Message from Recents List on iOS 10

Step 1. Open Message app, and enter any message thread.

Step 2. Rotate your iPhone into landscape.

Step 3. Long press any handwritten message until you see a "X" icon, and tap on the "X" icon to remove the handwritten message history.

Delete Handwritten Message from Recents List on iOS 10

Delete Handwritten Message from Recents List on iOS 10

Note: If you lose some important data like messages after iOS 10 update, you can refer to 3 Ways to Retrieve Data for iOS 10 Update to get them back. Plus, you can download this powerful iOS data recovery tool PhoneRescue to quickly retrieve messages (SMS and iMessages), contacts, notes, call history, photos and more from iPhone/iPad.

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