Remove a Message from Skype on HTC One M8
Edited by Thor, Crystal, Eng
Hello and welcome to VisiHow. This is a tutorial on how to remove a message in Skype on an HTC One M8.
To begin, unlock the phone
We can do that by pressing down on the power button located on top of the phone. We'll then need to swipe the lock screen up, and that will take us to the home screen.
On the home screen, we need to tap the icon at the bottom of the phone, in the middle
There is a grid made up of white dots. This will open up the applications folder.
In this folder, we need to find and tap the Skype application
There is a Skype icon, which is a white "S" on top of a blue cloud, and underneath it says "Skype".
We now need to find a conversation and press down on it to enter
We want to demonstrate how to remove a message. We have all said something that we regret or would like to take back, and hopefully we can remove the message before the person sees it.
Choose the message, and press & hold down on it
We will feel a slight vibration and a menu will appear.
We want to tap on the bottom option, "Remove message"
It will ask us to confirm this, "Are you sure you want to remove this message?"
It will then say "This message has been removed"
We can do this with all messages, but we cannot do this with the other participants messages. We can only remove our own messages within a certain amount of time.
This concludes the tutorial on how to remove a message in Skype on an HTC One M8
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