How to print iPhone Messages on Mac

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I know many of you here might never hear about iMazing. Those who don’t know it’s a software app that can help you easily manage your iOS devices. Aside from their features, you can back up your phone, manage your files and especially print your conversations from Messages app.

Sometimes, for some reasons, you need to print your messages and this app makes the process easy to do. If you have already installed iMazing app on your Mac, you are one step ahead. If not, it’s a free trial for your Mac directly from its official website. Here is how you can print your iPhone Messages on Mac with iMazing software.

Back up your iPhone with the app

Before your phone data can be extracted, you need to back it up first. If this is your first time using iMazing, you need to connect your phone to Mac with a USB lightning cable. After that, follow the onscreen prompts to back your phone up first.

Print iPhone messages with iMazing software

From the main screen of iMazing, simply click on Messages from the left sidebar. After that, follow these steps below to print your message conversations.

1) Choose the conversation you want to print.

2) Click on the Print button on the bottom right window

3) In the popup window, select the options for printing the conversation. You can even include the pages numbers, and print all messages or those you select.

4) When you are done, click on Print button.

Steps to export iPhone messages

You can also export a copy of your messages with iMazing to save for later or share if you want. The software offers three export options, including PDF, CSV, and Text. To do so:

1) Choose the conversation you want to print.

2) Click on the button to choose your favorite export type on the bottom window

3) Depending on which you select, there will be different options for you.

PDF: a PDF file offers the same options as printing; adds chat session, includes pages numbers, and chosen messages.

CSV: A CSV file gives you the same above options, except for with or without a header row.

Text: A text file lets you include the chat session name, but you even have more. You can add the sender, date and time, attachment information, notifications, and a few other options.

4) After you select your export type and select your preferred ones, click on Next.

5) Set a name for the file, pick up the export location, and assign a tag. Click on Choose.

6) If your software is in the trial period, you will be restricted number of these types of transfers. When it pops up, click on Continue to get your file.

Are you currently using iMazing to manage your device content? If yes, are you going to take advantage of the feature for printing messages? Let us know in the comment.

 

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