As we sit and wait for the OTP to appear in our inbox, the bigger hassle is when trying to copy the code. Truecaller has a solution.
If you use any type of app or online service that requires a password, you may be familiar with waiting for the code to be sent via SMS. This code is known as a ‘one-time password,’ or OTP for short, and can only be used once to login.
As we sit and wait for the OTP to appear in our inbox, the bigger hassle is when trying to copy the code. Well, Truecaller has a solution for Android users.
Simple copy OTP
Most messages containing an OTP are filled with other text, however, all we are searching for is that number. Truecaller has created a copy button on the notification containing the OTP. This means Truecaller recognizes and highlights the number users need and provides a one-tap way to copy.
How to enable OTP messages
To get this feature, users will need to enable Truecaller SMS in the app. They can make Truecaller your default SMS app, and gain additional features of spam protection.
With flash messaging, users can avoid calling or writing a full text message. In fact, most SMS responses take around 15 minutes. But with Flash, replies are received in around 30 seconds.