If you want to bring more organization in Messages app on iOS 9 iPhone then you should check new Cydia release called Message Groups. With this jailbreak tweak installed you can create and manage your own custom groups in the Messages app on your iOS 9 device. This makes it easy to search for certain contacts or conversations, and as a result, makes it quicker to text in general. So if you want to try Message Groups on your jailbroken device then follow our guide on how to install it.
How To Bring More Organization In SMS & iMessage Conversations In iOS 9
On your jailbroken iOS 9 device head to Cydia and download Messages Groups. The tweak is available as a free download package, but you’ll be required to buy a license for the tweak for $1.49 after downloading it. This license is then assigned to your email and you can sign in and use your activation code from the Miscellaneous cell. In case your device is not jailbroken use Pangu tool for iOS 9 - 9.1 to liberate it.
Once the tweak is installed on your iPhone you can go to preferences pane in the Settings app where you’ll find a few options to configure to liking.
Now you can try to create new group tapping on the + button or you can tap on the two heads in the top right of the interface to manage your existing Message Groups.
It is also possible to configure created group's parameters. You can give the group a title, enable or disable the group for use at any time, pick the contacts and the individual conversations you want to appear in this group as well as hide or show conversations added to custom groups in default groups.
Message Groups offers you to password protect your created groups. On Touch ID equipped devices, you can use the feature to authenticate yourself instead of entering a password. What is more it prevents your groups from being erased or somehow modified without your permission.
In conclusion we can say that Message Groups tweak not only brings more organization in Messages app on your iOS 9 iPhone but alos offers you high level of protection your personal information.