This week, we’re exploring the new uses of Memo, the online shorthand for a series of digital snippets of writing that can be combined in a visual format to produce new stories.
For our example, we’ll look at an iPhone app that makes a “smart” device that lets you share snippets of text with others.
Here’s how you can use a Memocall as a tool to make an idea into a story: You can use Memo for both writing and creating new content.
But, you’ll want to experiment with what works best for your project.
The first thing you should do is set up a text and text message account that you can share snippets from.
Create a blank iPhone text message that looks something like this: “Hello, I’m going to start writing this now.
What is the title of the piece?”
It should be formatted in a way that it’s easy to read and read quickly.
You can add text and messages to this email to see what you can come up with.
Next, you need to create a new text and message account.
To do this, open Memo on your phone, click the icon in the top right corner of your iPhone’s screen, and select “Create New Account.”
When you create a Memos account, you will see a list of your text messages, text files, and email addresses.
The text messages are just a series, and you can delete any text messages you no longer want to share.
Next you need the text file you want to send.
Open up Memo’s text editor and create a text file with the text you want.
Then, click Save.
Next select “Send” and the text.
You should see a message pop up.
You need to choose the type of text you’re sending, as shown below.
We’re sending a picture, so choose “picture.”
After you choose the text, you can click on the “Send Message” button to send the message.
When you click on it, you should see the message disappear.
You want to save the text as a new file so you can send it to others later.
Now you can save the message by clicking on the Save button in the message editor.
You will see your text file appear.
If you don’t want to see the new text, just click “Hide” to hide it.
Then you can copy and paste it into the text editor to send it.
Finally, click on “Send as PDF” to send your message as a PDF file to anyone who opens the email.
Note: When you send a text message as PDF, the text will appear as a “jpeg” image, but the email will appear in full color and with text that’s much easier to read.
After you send the text to someone, you want them to be able to read the text without having to scroll through the whole message.
This is particularly helpful if you want your recipient to be as impressed as you are with the quality of the text itself.
Next create a message from a text that you saved earlier.
Open your text message inbox and click on one of your new text messages.
You’ll see a window like the one shown below: Copy and paste the text that looks like this.
This time, we just want to paste the entire text from the message to our inbox.
Then we’ll paste the full text into a new message and save it as a .pdf file.
To send the file, click “Send As PDF.”
In the dialog box, choose the file you just saved and click the “Save” button.
When it’s done, your new file will appear on your device.
Once the file is saved, click to open it up in your email client.
To make the message a bit more exciting, you could use a flash animation that would let your recipient read it, too.
Here are a few ways you can make your text and audio messages more engaging.
In the example below, we use a flashing animation that we’ll show you to create some suspense in the text message.
To create the flash animation, open up your text or audio message inbox.
Tap the icon on the top-right of your screen.
Select the option “Flash.”
Tap the “Add to Flash” button next to the text and select the “Choose” option.
When the options are selected, tap “Start.”
The animation will begin.
Once it’s complete, tap the “Close” button in your text editor.
Now the message will appear with a flash on top of it.
If your recipient is still reading the message, you have to click “close” to close the message window.
After that, the message should still be accessible.
You could also make your message even more fun with some music.
The animated GIF below shows us creating a short song using an audio file we saved earlier that plays when the text in the email is read aloud.