Today's Wordle Answer #361 - June 15, 2022 Word Solution And Hints
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Today's Wordle Answer #361 - June 15, 2022 Word Solution And Hints
The Wordle solution for June 15, 2022, is a tricky one. The 361st word for the beloved puzzle game is going to test your level of exposure to Spanish and Italian culture, but you might come across a variation of it in Greek, too. Interestingly, the word derives its roots from the Latin language. The root word describes a top-ranking church official and is also used to differentiate a person if there are multiple people with the exact same name in a lineage.
However, if you're more interested in pop culture than the bishop hierarchy of churches in a tiny European country, there's still a solid hint for you. Remember the Transformers universe, one that involves autonomous robotic sentient beings? Well, the root word for today's Wordle has something to do with one of the earliest beings of this species, and also refers to the highest honor that can be bestowed on a member of those warring aliens.
But do keep in mind that the root word has one extra letter compared to its derivative, which is the solution for today's Wordle. Haven't figured it out yet? Well, the solution word has two vowels — in the third and fifth positions — and it starts with the letter P. Here are some more hints for you: it's a two-syllable word that rhymes with the slang term for the electronic devices in your pocket or drawer.
This one's for the polyglots
In case you haven't figured it out yet, the solution for Wordle #361 is the word Primo. When used as a noun, primo refers to the leading element in a duet or trio. If it is used as an adjective, primo describes an item of the best quality or a job really well done. Imagine complementing your gamer buddy for carrying the whole team in a round of "Call of Duty," doing a primo job of solely taking out 32 enemies while the rest of the squad was out cold and spectating the action.
Simply put, you can use primo as a more sophisticated substitute for colloquial terms like first-class or top tier, among others. By definition, primo is a loanword, a term that refers to words that have been adopted from one language to another in their pristine form.
Folks that are into the devilishly cool art of skateboarding must be familiar with the word, which is used to describe a trick that is performed by standing on the edge of the skateboard. Tony Hawk must be pretty psyched about today's Wordle, and his musician friends, too. And it looks like Primo is also the surname of some families living across the United States, Canada, and Scotland; here's some interesting ancestral history about people who have the surname Primo if you're feeling curious.
12 Hidden iMessage Features You Need To Know About
For hundreds of years, writing letters was the height of long-distance communications technology. Handwritten messages were carried by couriers on foot or on horseback, sometimes over vast distances. The turnaround time for response could be days, weeks, or longer. The invention of the telephone allowed for near-instantaneous communication and mobile phone technologies allowed us to take our conversations all over the globe, and beyond. It seemed, for a while, that written communication might become a thing of the past.
Instead, cell phones gave us a new way to send letters, in the form of discreet digital messages. In some ways, text messaging feels like a callback to an earlier time, but just because you're basically sending hundreds of short letters to your friends and family, doesn't mean it needs to feel like the 1800s.
Using Apple's iMessage application, available on Apple iPhones, iPads, and Macs, offers a slate of cool features you may not be aware of. Here are some of the ways you can bring your written correspondence into the present and feel like you're living in the future.
Get specific with inline replies
One of the best things about communicating via text message is that you aren't burdened by responding right away. Unlike a real-time conversation, you can take your time with a text response, crafting and recrafting the perfect answer. Sometimes, though, by the time you come back to it the conversation has moved on. The question you intended to answer is buried in a wall of new messages, gifs, and memes. Answering it now would be weird, there's a whole ordeal of reestablishing what you were talking about dozens of messages ago. That's when inline replies come in handy.
iMessage lets you select a specific message and reply to it. All you have to do is scroll to the relevant message and long press on it, then select reply from the menu. Now your message will be pegged to the intended topic. The whole process is similar to what you've seen in many chat services, and it removes any doubt about the context of your text.
Now you can rest easy, take your time, and respond when the time is right, secure in the knowledge there won't be any confusion.
Pin important conversations so you never lose them
Not only can specific messages get buried in the digital onslaught as mentioned above, but if you have a lot of contacts whole conversations can disappear in an ever-growing list of correspondence. This is especially dangerous if you're the sort of person who might forget about something if it's not right in front of you. Getting back to an important conversation can be a slog, and that's only if you remember it exists. But there is a solution!
Apple introduced the ability to pin conversations, as part of the iOS 14 update. When you long press on a conversation, the Message app will give you a small menu with an option to pin. Pinned conversations leave your normal messaging list and appear at the top of the app as a larger icon. You can pin as many as nine separate conversations, making them consistently visible and less likely to be forgotten.
If you have more than nine important conversations, well, you might need to come up with another solution. Technology can only do so much.
Make your message exciting with screen effects
Texting is great but it has its limitations. In particular it can be hard to express tone and intent through written words alone. We all have examples of times when a message was interpreted in a way we didn't intend — sarcasm, compassion, and jokes can be lost in translation over the airwaves. You can solve at least some of those problems by adding a little flare to your messages with screen effects.
After you've typed a message but before you hit send, press and hold on the send button and you'll be sent to a menu of a few effects to choose from. There are four bubble effects to subtly give your message a little pizzaz. Slam, loud, gentle, and invisible ink will transform your message into something more interactive.
Clicking over to screen effects gives you more dynamic options which take place across the whole screen. Select from echo, spotlight, balloons, confetti, love, lasers, fireworks, and celebration to transform your messages from boring to cinematic.
Filter your messages into lists
There was a time when you only got messages from friends and family, which was great because text messages used to be a finite resource, costing ten cents or more each time you hit send. Now we're getting messages all the time, and not just from people we know.
Every time you provide your phone number to a company or organization, there's a risk you'll be added to a growing list of contacts. Suddenly you're getting promotional messages from stores you shopped at once, when all you wanted was a discount on chips. Luckily, there is a solution to junk mail cropping up in your text messages.
Navigate to the settings app, tap messages, and select "filter unknown senders." Now, any message from an unknown contact will be filtered into a separate list which you can forget even exits. You can also flag specific contacts as junk and have them filtered out as well. Now, your messages are only from the people you want to hear from, or at least from people you know.
Tag someone in a group chat
Group chats are increasingly used to keep friend groups or work teams in contact with one another, providing a constant venue for communication. The downside of having a dozen or more people in a single chat is that messages can get buried beneath the flow of conversation. You might miss an important message by the time you have time to check in, or a message you intended for a specific person might get buried before they get a chance to see it. Sure, you could just send them a message privately, or you can tag them!
If you type in the name of the person you want to tag, you'll see that it changes color. Click their name, and their contact card will pop up, click the card and the name will transform into a tag. Now, the person you've tagged will receive a notification they've been summoned.
It's important to note that in order for this to work, the name you type in has to match the person's name in your contacts. So, be aware everyone in the chat will see what you call them.
You've been warned.
Shake to undo
Have you ever said something questionable and then watched the three dots — indicating the person on the other end of the conversation is typing—just sit there forever while the minutes tick away? The answer you're about to receive is a long one and it probably isn't good. You messed up.
Maybe you've been on the other end of that interaction, spending minutes crafting a long and scathing reply. Then, by the time you reach the end, you think better of it and decide you don't actually want to send and angry novel to the person on the other end of the phone. Now, you're holding down the delete key for what feels like forever, watching the words disappear one at a time. There must be a better way.
Instead, you can violently shake your phone like an Etch a Sketch and you'll be given a prompt to undo typing. Click "undo" and you're all set. Job done.
While this is a useful feature in the Message app, it can also be used in other ways on your phone. Accidentally delete a file or move a photo to the wrong place? Just shake to undo. There's nothing you can't reverse by shaking your phone, except the regret of sending a message that you now regret.
Shift your keyboard's location
Maybe you're carrying groceries or cooking dinner and you only have one free hand with which to respond to an urgent message. Typing out a response can be something of a chore while your thumb stretches to its limit trying to reach the distant keys on the other side of the screen. Typos are bound to happen and autocorrect sometimes does more harm than good.
If you often find yourself in this situation, you can shift the keyboard to one side of the screen or the other, making all the keys easier to reach with just one thumb.
Once you've opened up a message and the keyboard is displayed, press and hold the emoji icon at the bottom left of the screen and you'll see a popup with images indicating three keyboard options. You can choose between the expanded keyboard you're used to, or one which is squeezed to the right or the left. Select your modified keyboard layout. Now, get ready to conquer the world with one hand perpetually free. Think of what you might accomplish!
Write out a handwritten message
Text messages are convenient and for most everyday communication, they're a perfectly reasonable and acceptable way to send and receive information. In some cases, however, a text message can seem cold, without emotion.
Maybe you have bad news to share, or you want to express some heavy emotions which just won't come across the way you need them to through type. Of course, you could make a phone call, but that's not always the best solution either. Sometimes the person you want to reach isn't available or doesn't have the emotional bandwidth to take a call. You want to send a message, but you want it to be from you not from a computer. iMessage's handwritten messages might be just the thing.
From the Message app, turn your phone sideways into landscape mode and you'll notice a new icon pop up next to the "return" key. Clicking this swirly icon takes you a screen with an open field you can write on. Using your Apple pencil or even just your finger, you can write a message in your own handwriting and express yourself a little more personally.
Share your location with friends
Privacy comes at a premium these days. Our technology follows around, tracking our location and gathering information to serve back to us in the form of ads. Sometimes, though, you can use that information to your advantage.
The world isn't always safe, and you might want someone in your contacts to know where you are. Or maybe you just want a friend to know how far away you are from them and when you're likely to arrive for lunch. In either case, sharing your location might be a good solution.
From the Message app, open a conversation with your friend or emergency contact and select their contact image at the top of the page. From there, you'll see option allowing you to share your current location. You can even decide how long you want to share, so your friends and family can keep you safe while on a first date but can't track your every movement for the rest of your life.
Now your friends know where you are in case you need help, or how late you're going to be for mini golf.
Message effect code words
We already talked about using screen effects to upgrade your texts but navigating to a separate menu and scrolling through the options to find what you're looking for is for the birds. If the conversation calls for it, you can achieve a similar effect by using certain trigger words in your messages.
Some of these might occur naturally in the course of conversation but you can wield them to your whimsy as well. Typing the words "pew pew" will result in a multicolored laser light show coming from the words and shining out across the whole screen.
"Happy birthday" triggers a batch of individually floating balloons coursing quickly over the screen. Typing "congratulations" or "congrats" drops confetti over the proceedings. Using the word "selamat"—and Indonesian and Tagalog word meaning congratulations—achieves the same effect.
"Happy new year" sends fireworks, while "happy Chinese New Year" gives off a red explosion similar to the Celebration effect we saw before.
You can use these words when the occasion calls for them, or whenever you feel like it, just for fun. We're not the boss of you.
Moving your cursor with ease
On a computer, getting your cursor to the right place is as easy as sliding your mouse to the intended location and clicking. When worse comes to worst, you can use the directional keys on your keyboard to get where you need to be. Achieving the same thing on your phone can be a bit of a nightmare when using your fingers to tap at a discrete location.
It seems that no matter how hard you try, you always end up just a few spaces away from where you wanted, but iMessage has a trick.
Press and hold the spacebar and now you can move your cursor as if you were using a mouse or a track pad. Gently moving your finger side to side or up and down relocates the cursor more easily than tapping over and over.
This function isn't limited only to the Message app, you can also use it in your internet browser to correct a URL or search term, something which can be a pain if the site address or search terms are too long to fit in the window.
Upgrade your messaging with apps
If the above tips and tricks aren't enough to slake your technological messaging thirst, you can enhance your messaging experience with a whole bunch of integrated apps from a specialized app store available through the Message app.
Once inside the Message app, select the app store from the bar above the keyboard, it's the blue icon with the stylized "A," and explore the many varied applications you can add to your iMessage tool belt.
You can play games with your contacts, including a clone of "Scrabble" called "Words" as well as billiards, darts, mini golf, "Yahtzee" and more. There are sticker packs from some of your favorite movies, franchises, and celebrities as well as new emoji sets, and integrated gifs.
Many of the iMessage compatible apps are free, while some do have a small fee attached, typically not more than a dollar or two. A thorough exploration of the app store could mean that you'll never have to leave the Message app again. Not that many of us do anyway.
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