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(Topic created: 12-17-2021 07:03 AM)
SweetnessBlu
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Is there not a way for flat across the total Samsung phone line or line can make it to were when you are messaging, like iPhone has, you can see when read, typing, etc etc. Doesn't matter who the carrier is. 
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The delivered and read can be enabled in settings, but not typingScreenshot_20211216-185859_Messages_51911_1639702739.jpg
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Frbky
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You can see that kind of info in Samsung Messages when corresponding with another Samsung user using the "Chat" feature (which is RCS). See chat settings in Messages app.
It doesn't work with iPhone users or anyone not using RCS.
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USBetaModerator
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Hello @SweetnessBlu ,

This would be possible if both sender and receiver have RCS enabled on their devices and are using Samsung messages.

Regards
One UI Beta Team

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SweetnessBlu
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Where there lies the problem because for some unknown reason I do not have this advanced message available. When I touch and hold onto the messaging icon it just is the messaging app. Does not say advanced messaging. So in the settings I do not have an option for chat settings. Just settings. And since everything I have read says there is nothing to download and should already come installed on phone, at this point I am confused. So if I could be pointed in the right direction from here I would be grateful
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Frbky
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You are looking within the settings of the Samsung Messages app? I have a "Chat settings" subsection there.

It is not called "Advanced messaging" anywhere in the app.
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SweetnessBlu
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Is there a difference between Samsung messages app and the messages app that is already installed on phone when you get it? I did not think there was a difference or that Samsung messaging app was a separate app but the way it is being described it sounds as if it is. I'm normally not this tech stupid, I swear.
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Frbky
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That's the same app. Labeled just Messages, but it's the Samsung one. Easily confused with a host of other apps with the same name!

If you're in that app and don't have the Chat settings option it sounds like something is wrong. Maybe clearing the app data (which doesn't delete your messages) would be a good thing to try.
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