What does UW mean in texting?

You’re welcome

If someone says “Thanks” or “Thx” to you on the internet, you might respond with “UW”. This is a short way of saying “you’re welcome,” swapping out the “y” for a “u”. It’s a quick reply usually used in online chats, social media comments, or text messages.

For instance, if a buddy of yours expresses gratitude on Facebook or in a message for something nice you did, you can simply reply with “UW, happy to assist.” It’s that straightforward and effective at conveying your acknowledgment of their gratitude.

For those times when you want to respond to a thank you with a bit more gusto, you could use “YVW” instead of “UW”. Alternatively, you could opt for a more casual, “NP!” to signify “no problem”. It’s all about keeping the conversation going, even in the simplest of ways.

Example for using ‘UW’ in a conversation

Hey, thanks for helping me with that assignment yesterday! πŸ™

UW. Glad to help. It wasn’t a big deal. 😊

No, seriously, I appreciate it a lot! You saved me so much time. ⏰

NP! I’m always here to lend a hand. Let me know if you need anything else. πŸ‘