How to Send Confetti in Texts on iPhone

Share This:

Confetti is an exciting and fun way to show your excitement, congratulations, or any oter joyous occasion. Now, you can send virtual confetti over text with the help of iMessage!

iMessage allows users to send confetti in a few simple steps. All you have to do is type “Congratulations”, “Congrats”, or “Felicitations” in a message along with any punctuation marks or emojis. Once you hit enter, the message will be sent with a burst of confetti!

The iMessage screen effect codewords also alow you to add more fun and excitement to your messages. You can use words like “Pew pew” for laser light show, “Happy birthday” for balloons, “Congratulations” for confetti and many more. To use these effects on a message simply touch and hold the message then swipe left to preview the different available effects. Once you selected the right one press send and it will be added with your message!

Confetti is an easy and fun way to add some excitement to your conversations! Whether it's celebrating a birthday or just sending your congratulations, sending virtual confetti will make it feel like a celebration! So go ahead and give it a try today!

How to Send Confetti in Texts on iPhone 1

Texting Confetti: How to Do It

To send confetti over text, type “Congratulations,” “Congrats,” or “Felicitations” followed by an emoji or punctuation mark. Make sure the only words in the message are one of these phrases. Then, send it like you would any other message and the confetti will appear automatically.

Adding Confetti to Text Messages on an iPhone

To send Confetti with an iPhone text, you need to start a new conversation or open an existing one. Then type a message or insert a or Memoji. Touch and hold the message and then select Screen from the options that appear. Swipe left to preview different screen effects, and tap on the Confetti effect when you find it. Then tap Send to send the message with the Confetti effect, or tap Cancel to return to your message withot sending it.

What Words Trigger iMessage Effects?

IMessage effects are triggered by certain words or phrases. These include ‘Pew pew' which triggers a laser light show, ‘Happy birthday' which triggers balloons, ‘Congratulations' which triggers confetti, ‘Happy New Year' which triggers fireworks, ‘Happy Chinese New Year' which triggers a red explosion, and ‘Selamat' which also triggers confetti. Additionally, some emojis trigger iMessage effects such as the clapping hands emoji or the party hat emoji.

Adding Special Effects Text on an iPhone

To get special effects text on iPhone, you can use the Messages app. Start by opening the Messages app and tapping the Compose button to create a new message, or go to an existing conversation. Next, tap the Camera button, then tap the Effects button. You will then be able to select one of the effects, like Memoji* or an iMessage app. After you have chosen your desired effect, tap Done and then tap the Send button to send it in your conversation.

Location of the Confetti Emoji on iPhone

The confetti emoji can be found in the emoji keyboard on an iPhone. To access this, open your Messages app, select the contact or group you want to message, and type your text message in the iMessage bar as you normally would. Then tap the globe icon next to the text box to open the emoji keyboard. Scroll trough the options until you find the confetti emoji. It is usually located under “Celebration” or “Symbols”.

The Effects of Words on an iPhone

When sending a message on an iPhone, crtain words can be used to trigger special effects. These words include: “Happy New Year”, which causes a colorful fireworks show; “Happy Chinese New Year”, which triggers a unique animation; “Happy Birthday”, which sends confetti flying across the screen; “Congrats” or “Congratulations”, which leads to balloons and streamers filling the display; and “Pew Pew”, which causes laser beams to shoot out of the text bubble. These cool visuals provide a fun way to send festive messages to friends and family.

Using Words to Create Fireworks on an iPhone

The words that will trigger the fireworks effect on iPhone in iMessage are “happy new year”. When you type this message in an iMessage conversation, a colorful fireworks animation will appear on your screen. This effect is only available in certain regions and some languages, so it may not be available everywhere.

Conclusion

In conclusion, confetti is a great way to add a bit of fun to your messages and make them more memorable. It is an easy way to make your conversations more lively and enjoyable. With just a few simple words, you can animate your conversations with colorful confetti that will make anyone smile. Whether you're celebrating a birthday, congratulating somene on an accomplishment or simply sending a message of love, confetti is the perfect way to add some pizzazz to your chats.

Share This:
Photo of author

Sanjeev Singh

Sanjeev is the tech editor at DeviceMAG. He has a keen interest in all things technology, and loves to write about the latest developments in the industry. He has a passion for quality-focused journalism and believes in using technology to make people's lives better. He has worked in the tech industry for over 15 years, and has written for some of the biggest tech blogs in the world. Sanjeev is also an avid photographer and loves spending time with his family.