Sharing from an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch offers many options. One of the oldest and most useful in many cases is still email. If your iOS device has several accounts configured in Mail, it's possible to send content from Apple and third-party apps using any of these email addresses. When a new message is composed, the iPhone automatically uses one of the accounts.
Email and Messaging
Forwarding text or photos in the Messages app on iPhone can be faster than sending a new message from scratch. Whether the content is an iMessage or text message the process is the same. How to forward a message on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch may not be obvious at first. But resending images or a text message only takes a few steps.
Multiple Tapback reactions (the heart, thumbs up/down, "HaHa", "!!" and "?" stickers that you can put on people's messages) will stack on each other, making it hard to see what is there. If you don't see the notification as it happens, you won't know who sent a reaction or what it was. There is a way, however, to see this in more detail so you can see who sent what reaction - just tap on the stacked reactions.
If you have ever received a zipped or compressed archive as an email attachment and tried to open it on your iPhone, you've seen that you can view the contents but can't edit the individual files, or share them individually. Surprisingly, as of iOS 12, there is no built in option to extract zipped files. You can, however, easily create a shortcut that will do it for you. Here's how to do it on iPhone and iPad: