WWDC 2020 – How to Add Face Mask to Memoji in iOS 14.
WWDC 2020, in addition to major functional updates, iOS 14 has also added many small but useful details to existing features. One of them was a host of new Memoji customization options and 14 additional headgear, hairstyle and age options. What many people are missing is the Memoji face mask feature that was also added, and since the COVID-19 pandemic made us cover our faces most of the time, why not use it as contact Memoji? So, without wasting time, here’s how to add a face mask to Memoji in iOS 14.
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How to add a mask to Memoji in iOS 14
Adding a face mask to emoticons is pretty simple. Here’s how to do it. Open the Contacts app and find a contact. When you find the person you want to add a note to, tap the contact’s name to open it.
This will open up a contact card with other basic details. Click on the Edit option in the upper right corner. You will now see a new screen where you can add and remove contact details. Just click on the “Change” option under your default profile picture.
Here you can quickly add Animojis and Memojis to the preview, however, we’ll click on the + sign in the circle below the Animoji (Animal Emoji) option to add and modify Memoji. Then swipe left to see the Memojis tab.
You will find the mask option in the Hats section, for which you have to swipe right.
Finally, to find the gear mask, scroll down, select the face mask option to preview it at the top, and click Done in the upper right corner.
You have the ability to expand and shrink Memoji using shrink and zoom. When finished, click “Finish” in the upper right corner.
Now, every time you receive a call from that specific contact, you will receive Memoji mask notifications. Cool, isn’t it?
In addition to being able to add a face mask, Apple has also added seven new hairstyles such as top knot, men’s bun, new headwear, which is great if you want to identify your friends with their professions such as cycling helmet, swimming carp, turban and beanie. nurses. … On top of that, if you like Insta’s old age filter, you have something akin to Memojis where you can select and add age stats. Hopefully you can now easily add a face mask to memoji in iOS 14, you can also share it with your friends and add face masks and other fancy hats to your contacts. You can also follow our WWDC 2020 live coverage for iOS 14 updates and other Apple tips and tricks.
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