Learn How to Write Inverted Exclamation and Question Marks on iPhone

Deepak Gupta August 12, 2022
Updated 2022/08/12 at 9:26 PM

If you are writing, for example, in Spanish, exclamation and question marks are used as we know them, but also in reverse.

If you don’t know how to put them “upside down”, go to the article and see how simple it is.

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Despite not being used in Portuguese, if you use your iPhone keyboard to write in other languages, you may need to use exclamation and question marks turned upside down.

It may seem hidden, but the truth is that inverted punctuation is very easy to access.

To use it in your conversations, look for the regular exclamation point on your keyboard. Then press and hold until the inverted option appears.

For the question mark, the process is exactly the same, so you must continually press the normal dot for the inverted dot to appear.

As with exclamation and question marks, continuously pressing a few characters gives you access to variables that may be useful to you. Explore!

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