- 打开邮件应用程序，选择收件人，点击"+" ，在手机上选择照片，触摸"彩信" 发送。
- 打开Google照片应用程序，选择要发送的照片，触摸"共享" 符号，选择收件人，触摸"发送" 。
On my Pixel 2, I can include a photo in a text message in these two ways:
In the first approach, the recipient receives the photo. In the second approach, the recipient is told I'm sharing an album, and they get a link to the photo.
I want the recipient to get the photo itself, not a link to it, but sometimes it's more convenient to choose the photo using the Photos app instead of the Messages app. How can I select a photo using the Google Photos app and then send that photo (as opposed to a link to it) in a text message?
[Originally posted in the comments section on 11/5/17]
After touching the "share" icon, you have to select the Messages app. Then you select the recipient and touch "MMS".
after clicking the share link, scroll down to the apps section and choose your preferred texting app, then choose the contact or conversation you would like to send the picture to.
Know it all wanna be is my hero. I have been trying to figure this out for days. It's that simple. Ignore all of the other well intended advice. After you hit the share sign, choose messages and then choose recipient. Attached picture to text the way you expect it to.