Open Maybe: Name Name message, click on ℹ on top right corner. Force Touch Contact Icon > Add to existing Contact > Select contact On the edit screen > delete the duplicate number added to the contact
To avoid the problem of iPhone contacts showing Maybe, you can check the apps those have been granted with the privilege to access your contacts and disable the access one by one to know which one is causing the problem. Head to 'Settings' > tap on 'Privacy' > select 'Contacts'.
To add a contact from Phone, go to Settings > Phone > Blocked Contacts scroll to the bottom of the screen, then tap Add New. Then tap the contact that you want to block. To add a contact from Messages or FaceTime, go to Settings > Messages or Settings > FaceTime, tap Blocked Contacts.
First, open Messages and tap on the conversation with the person you want to add as a contact. Then, tap on their phone number above the conversation. When you do, three new buttons will appear. Tap on the info button.
One of my iMessage group member's name was "Maybe: [name]". As Ritsuka suggested, in my Contacts, this member's contact phone# had no area code, whereas his iMessage phone# did. I added the AC to his contact phone and the "Maybe:" went away.
Go to 'Contacts' and delete the any one contact that shows as 'Maybe:' in Messages. Go to iMessage and into the thread with the 'Maybe' contact. Go into the contacts profile from within iMessage and use 'Create New contact' to create the contact again. Interestingly all "Maybe' tags disappeared in iMessage after this. Hope this helps. Rajan
Everything shows up in recents. Not just contacts. All calls, messages and emails. It could be a call from the Doctor or an email from a friend. And although they're called recents, they may have been there a long time. A non contact with a circled "i" may be deleted from the list. Tap the (i) and then tap delete. But contacts may not be deleted.
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If iMessage not working for one contact and you’re sure the person is not using an android phone or a feature phone and has an imessage, kindly use another means to contact the person. First, use the cellular network to call the person’s number. If it didn’t go through, then you have to try another means and that is using the instant messaging apps to contact the person.
In the contact’s information, if you have the number labeled as “iPhone”, then the phone will continue to try to iMessage the contact. But if you change the number label to “Mobile” then the message will default back to text messages rather than iMessages. #9 by Simon on May 30, 2014 - …
Send a group text message. Open Messages and tap the Compose button . Enter the names or tap the Add button to add people from your contacts. Type your message, then tap the Send button . To send a group MMS message on an iPhone, make sure MMS Messaging is turned on. Go to Settings > Messages and turn on MMS Messaging.
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Closed 3 years ago. I get a "Maybe:" in front of most iMessage contacts and only the phone number for SMS'es - even for persons from my contact list. What can be the cause and how can I solve it?
My solution to this is simple: On your iPhone, go to the Message app. Tap the “New Message” icon. In the To field, select the Contact that you wish to stop sending texts via iMessage to. In the message field, type “?” and tap the Send button. Hold your finger on the new text “bubble” and select “Send as Text Message”.
To log back in, open Settings and tap Sign in to your iPhone. If you receive a message from a name that says “Maybe”, you can fix the issue by adding the number as a contact. To add a contact directly from a conversation in the Messages app, tap the number at the top of the screen.
For those contacts, start the phone number with the area code and delete the 1 (or whatever your country code is.) Open your Contacts App to make these changes. Conversely, a reader found that doing the opposite helped–adding in the country code. She ended up editing just one contact and added the +1 prefix to their mobile number and saved it.