I have the same question for Message+ app on Google Pixel. Disabling "Smart Emojis" apparently used to prevent this behavior, but a recent update of Message+ app seems to have broken the ability to stop this extremely annoying feature in Message+
We want to make sure you enjoy all the features of your messaging application. Let's gather a few clues to find a solution. Does this only happen when you are in the messaging application? Does this happen on certain words or spelling issues? Please provide as many details as possible.
We certainly understand how it can be bothersome to have highlighted words and phrases when using your Message + Application. Does this only happen when you are in the Message + Application or do you have this issue using other text messaging apps? Could you share more details of what exactly is resaltado?MonicaG_VZW
Trying to respond to Vzw customer support. This only happens with our "text messages", all 4 phones in our family. Only words related to time, like today, tomorrow. They get highlighted and underlined as I'm typing and the receiver of the text also gets those words highlighted and underlined. If I click the word, it takes me to my calendar, I think that's why only words associated with time. All this started with the last update about a month ago. I do notice looking at this message that other words not time related are randomly underlined. Please help, thanks!!
Great question! We will be glad to address any concerns that you have in mind. Have you already tried to restart your device to see if the issue continues? What application are you using when this happens? DavidR_VZW
We're happy to help. Are you referring to when your phone detects that the word is wrong? You can update this in your Keyboard Settings, to ensure you do not get corrected when typing. MichelleH_VZW
In Message + Conversations, tap the three lines at the top left, then Settings, then Conversations. You will see Enable Smart Emojis - turn it off. Back your way out of the menus to Message + Conversations. Listo.