Texting has become an increasingly popular form of communication. Lawyers are using texts to communicate with clients, co-workers, and opposing counsel. Texting can schedule meetings, send links, and give status updates. Improve your texting with the following tips, articles, and books.
Applications - Communicate with clients, family and friends using personal messaging apps like WhatsApp, Signal, SnapChat, Telegram and iMessage.
Collaboration - Collaborate with others in your firm by using Google Hangouts, Microsoft Teams, and Slack.
Distractions - avoid distraction by disabling notifications, filtering texts from unknown senders, and blocking spammers.
Filtering - use the filtering button to view messages in categories like know sender, unread message, etc.
Marking - mark important texts as unread or add a star to avoid forgetting them.
Privacy - protect privacy by hiding messages from your lock screen and turning off sound.
Scam - block texts from spammers and do not click links or reply to messages if you think they are a scam.
Termination - stop unwanted texts by replying Stop, Unsubscribe, or End.