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Can You Copy Paste Valorant Chat Messages? Answered

This quick workaround will help you ‘copy’ Valorant chat messages easily.



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While playing Valorant, you might want to copy text directly from the chat to share something funny that happened or to call out someone for toxicity, but you’ll find that you’re unable to do so. That’s because as of now, there’s no way to copy text from the chat and this has been done by Riot games to prevent spam.

Rewriting the text manually is an option but isn’t feasible for long messages or if you’re in the middle of the match. Here’s what you can do as a workaround.

How to Copy from Valorant Chat?

The best way to copy text from Valorant chat is to take a screenshot by pressing the print screen button on your keyboard. To only have the chatbox in the image, edit it, and crop everything else out.

Now if the chat message is in a language you speak, you will be able to easily keep the screenshot aside for future reference. However, if the text is in a different language and you want to know what it means, put it through an image-to-text converter online and you will be able to extract text from it. Then, paste that text into Google Translator and you should be able to get a gist of what that player was saying.

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There are also some third-party macro creation programs that might allow you to set up a system to copy and paste text in Valorant. However, be very cautious with these tools as they can violate Valorant’s terms of service and might compromise your account security. Using unauthorized programs can also lead to unexpected bugs or crashes. Plus, you don’t want to get your account banned so it’s best to avoid them.

Lastly, if you encounter inappropriate chat messages, you can report them directly within Valorant using the in-game reporting system. This helps maintain a positive and respectful chat environment for everyone.

And that’s everything to know about copying Valorant chat in-game. If you’d also like to know how to get the dot crosshair for better aim, here are the settings to change.

Maria is a part-time gamer, part-time painter and full-time Otaku. Her love for Anime started with Pokemon as she watched and drew Pikachu, Jigglypuff, and other cute Pokemon. Upon finding out about the games she became a big RPG fan. However, RPGs aren't the only type of game she likes. You can also find her maining Mileena, Kitana, and Johnny Cage in MK1.

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