The popup that appears in a group message "Group conversations will be sent at multimedia messages" needs to have the ability to be toggled OFF. The post linked below addressed this and was marked "solved" when the moderator stated this is a carrier functionality. This is entirely false, this only happens on Samsung devices, specifically Samsung Messages. If I install Messages by Google, it does not appear (understand my preference is Samsung applications).
This message, which appears to be a "time to react" accessibility feature, actually contradicts itself as it literally covers up messages I'm trying to read. So let users turn this function OFF...it can be on as default, but users should have the option to disable.
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The popup lasts about 2 seconds on my phone. Are you saying that yours lasts much longer than that as indicated by that other post?
Also, I see that message only when initially creating a group chat. After that it doesn't popup again while participating in that chat
Galaxy S21 Ultra 512g(VZW), Galaxy Book (original, VZW), Tab S4, Galaxy Watch3 (VZW)
Yes, it stays up for 2 seconds for every group message. I'm saying I don't want the pop up at all. It does not need to be on every message every time I go to a group text. We as users should have the ability to turn that off.
If you stay within a message, no, it does not reappear. But if you go in and out as messages come in, it appears every f**king time. It's super annoying and many people have complained about this over the years (literally).
It needs a disable option.
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