Is there a text symbol to let people know you are no longer driving?
Text "#X" to let people know you are about to drive and can't answer them.
If this is related to "texts" Marlene, then you simply remove the other symbol when you reach your destination. Does that answer your question?
Yes. Related to text. I'm a little slow to learn. When I reach my destination, how do I "remove" the other symbol? Or, do you mean I send a text with just the pound sign? Thanks so much for your help.
I imagine that you saved the first message. Simply go into the messages and erase it (or delete it). Then you should not have any "saved" messages left. If you cannot do that then type "I am not driving now."
OK, thank you The Examiner-1. Such as "#X" states, "I am driving." What symbol states, "I am not driving now." #X tells your friends you can't answer because you are driving. What symbol states I can answer your texts now? I was just curious.
I looked in more than one site Marlene, and I did not find anything about turning it off. It only seems to be a message and do nothing. There is nothing turned on or off. It only mentions texting, nothing about calls.
Thank you so much The Examiner-1 for your time in answering this question. I searched, too and could not find anything either. I really appreciate your time and consideration of such a silly question that I thought there would be an answer somewhere.
It was not a silly question Marlene, you just have to know where to look and read between the lines. Have a nice day, and remember - no texting while you drive! Simply turn the phone off.
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