Telegram is one of the best known messaging apps for users in Europe, which has been with us for seven years. As usual in messaging apps, we usually send attachments in our conversations in it. To be able to send an attachment, the application has an icon in the shape of a paperclip, located in the bubble where we write the messages.
Even if when we started to write a message on Telegram, this icon disappears, so you have to wait until the end of writing the message to be able to attach a file. Or so it seems, because there is actually a workaround that allows you to attach as we type.
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So you can attach files on Telegram while you are writing
When writing a message in the app, the clip icon that is in the message bubble disappears until we have sent that message or if we completely erase the text we are writing. This is not always comfortable, as it may be that while we are writing this post that’s when we realized we want to tie A file. The app has a different method that allows us to attach something. It is possible this way:
- Open Telegram.
- Enter the chat to which you want to attach a file.
- Write your message.
- As you write, click on the icon with the three vertical dots at the top right.
- The attachment menu appears at the bottom.
- Select what you want to attach.
- Send the photo and text you want to send in this chat.
this is a simple method to attach files to your messages in Telegram, but that many users do not know. The reasons why the app hardly promotes or talks about this other method are not known, although it is certainly a good way to attach a file even if you are still writing this post.
It’s something you can use in both your individual and group chats, as well as in the application’s secret chats. Therefore, when you want to attach a file and you are writing, this simple trick will let you attach the file (s) you want to send to a person.
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