Telegram has a feature so that users can add subtitles to media that have already been sent. The feature, initially launched for iPhone (iOS), is ideal for explaining a scene on a video or photo that is in the chat history, and is not present on rival WhatsApp and Android smartphones. After writing the caption, it will be added to the image without the message leaving the order it was sent.
To learn how to use subtitles in Telegram media, check out the tutorial that dnetc prepared.
Tutorial shows how to edit subtitles on media sent to a Telegram contact Photo: Marvin Costa / dnetc
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Step 1. In a chat, search for an image that you have sent. At this point, keep your finger pressed on the photo and tap the "Edit" option.
Action to start subtitle editing on a media sent in the Telegram chat Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Step 2. Type the caption you want and press the blue checkmark icon to send. That done, the caption will appear on the media, as shown in the image below.
When adding media captions sent to a Telegram contact Photo: Reproduo / Marvin Costa
Use the tip to explain, in captions, media you sent to a Telegram contact.
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