Easily Manage and Organize Your Text and SMS Messages
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About SQRL App
In our fast-paced, multi-tasking world, we are busier than ever, and the need to stay connected and constantly informed, whether it is business or personal, is ever more essential. Today, text messaging is the predominant and most effective vehicle for exchanging ideas, plans, and information. It is our every moment and a daily lifeline to the way we communicate with each other. Yet, it is a challenge to keep up with the constant influx of texts we receive and are compelled to reply to consistently and regularly.
SQRL App is the solution to never missing or allowing another text message to go without a response. SQRL App automatically scans all incoming messages by choosing specific intervals (e.g. 30 minutes, 60 minutes, 4 hours, etc.) and extracts all Unreplied messages into SQRL App. SQRL App offers you the comfort of knowing that your incoming texts will never go unanswered. SQRL App will organize your incoming text messages through several organizational options. Our groundbreaking app allows you to create folders for better sorting, deleting messages, composing new messages. With a simple “copy to clipboards” option, you can copy and paste a pre-written message directly to your phone’s texts. There are also additional options where you can set reminders and alerts to return a message.
SQRL App is designed in the belief that communication works for those who work at it. No longer will you have to worry about missing an important business meeting or social engagement due to a missed moment of communication. Your customized text response is there to serve as your voice while you are either away from your phone or too occupied to reply right away. SQRL App keeps you connected and present!
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Automatically Extract New Text Messages And Contact Details Into SQRL App
At a periodic interval you set in your profile, the app automatically detects new unreplied text messages and extracts them into SQRL App. The associated contact details include the sender’s name, phone number, and text message arrival date/time. It filters out messages that were replied to and extract unreplied messages. SQRL App displays the number of unreplied text messages and highlights each unreplied text message to catch your attention. It shows alert notifications with a ping periodically so that you don’t miss replying to important text messages.
User Defined Folder Structure To Better Organize Messages
Allow User To Create, Copy Messages In SQRL App (E.G. As Copy / Paste)
User Can Manually Read Or Unread Message
Powerful Calendar To Manage Day’s Events
SQRL App has tons of additional features to make your experience more enjoyable, secure and personalized.
Login, Register, Forgot passwordSimple and easy to use registration, login and change password options.
User defined refresh interval e.g. 30 minutes or 2 hoursYou can set how often the messages should be sycned (e.g. 30, 60 or 120 minutes, etc.) in profile settings. You can change it as often as you want.
Extract Text Messages even when SQRL App is InactiveSQRL App continues to Sync Text messages even when you are not using SQRL App i.e. it works in background
Block Spam or Unwanted MessagesSimply select and block any contact to avoid receiving spam or other unwanted messages.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Troubleshooting Push Notifications on Android App
You can configure SQRL app to notify you on your mobile when you’re away using the app. However, there may be cases where the Android mobile app is not showing the push notification when the app is closed. To ensure you keep receiving push notifications, you’ll need to set your device.
The exact steps for this process will vary depending on your device model. We recommend using the information here as a starting point. Should you need the precise model details, we recommend searching the internet to find the instructions specific to your device or contact your device manufacturer for additional assistance.
Device Model : Samsung
- Switch off battery optimization for SQRL:
- Settings > Apps > Click the three dots on the upper right corner > Special Access > Optimize battery usage > Tap on the dropdown menu that says ‘Apps not optimized’, then switch it to all apps > Scroll to bottom to find SQRL > Turn OFF battery optimization for the SQRL App.
- Notifications: Settings > Notifications > Select the SQRL -> make sure that Notifications are turned on and set to Normal.
- Disable Restrict background data setting.
Device Model : General, most devices
- Android typically stops showing notifications for apps after accumulating a sizeable number of notifications. At that point, you will not see new notifications, but existing notifications will continue to show in notification tray and SQRL icon on top left corner. In order to resume new notifications, just clear notifications in the tray and open SQRL app.
- Check Notifications are turned on: Different ways
- Settings > Notifications > Notification Types > Make sure the Notifications are set to Normal.
- Settings > Sound & Notification > App Notifications > Select the SQRL, and make sure that Notifications are turned on and set to Normal.
- Settings > Apps & Notifications > SQRL App > Notifications.
- Make sure that Do Not Disturb is turned off.
- Notifications may stop during “Sleeping” schedule and resume after the cycle ends. This is normal and intended behavior, but if you prefer to be notified during ‘Sleeping’ schedule, turn OFF Sleeping. Settings > Apps & Notifications > SQRL App > Notifications > Do not Disturb
- Clear Cache
- Settings > Apps > All apps (App manager or Manage apps).
- > Select SQRL from the app list > Open Storage >
- > Clear cache
- Reset App PreferenceSettings > Apps & Notifications > Select ‘App info’ or ‘Manage apps’ to show all installed applications. > Click the 3-dot menu at the top-right corner, then select Reset app preferences. Confirm to reset app preferences. This will re-enable your notifications and reset all apps to default settings, but you’ll not lose any data.
- Check if another app is obscuring your notifications.Settings > Apps & notifications > ‘Special app Access’ > Tap ‘Notification Access’ from the list It will show a list of apps that have access to your notification. Review them and consider uninstall that app