1) Messages Formation
In WhatsApp you can change or edit or format your messages.same way as you format text in any word processor, say Microsoft Word or Google Docs. You can *bold* or ~strikethrough~ any part or all of your message.
2) Use WhatsApp in a Web Browser
WhatsApp has a web browser version which can be connected to your mobile. You can then type out and read all your messages on your PC or laptop.
To use WhatsApp Web, on your PC or laptop, go to web.whatsapp.com in a web browser. On your mobile device, open WhatsApp and click the Options button at the top right hand side, then tap WhatsApp Web from the options. Then using your phone, scan the QR code shown on the browser on your PC.
3) Transfer Files to/from PC
The fortunate thing about WhatsApp Web is that you get on your PC whatever you get on your versatile by means of WhatsApp. This makes it a really decent instrument to exchange pictures or screenshots from your versatile to your desktop without the utilization of links.
Simply send the picture to any of your companions on your portable, at that point on your PC, open your WhatsApp Web to recover the picture document.
4) Backup to Local or Cloud Storage
Aside from email, reinforcements should be possible to capacity too. To reinforcement to your gadget’s neighborhood stockpiling and in addition distributed storage, i.e., Google Drive on Android stage and iCloud on iOS gadgets, open the application and go to Settings > Chats > Chat reinforcement and tap BACK UP.
5) Hide Chats from Conversation List
In the event that you don’t need anybody to see a specific talk likewise on the off chance that you would prefer not to erase the same, there is an approach to just conceal it. Long push on the talk (discussion) you need to cover up and tap on the “file” symbol on the upper right corner. You can see all the documented visits by tapping the ‘Chronicled talks’ connection at the base of the discussions screen.
6) Hide WhatsApp Media from Gallery
It is absolutely annoying how many useless pictures and videos we all get through WhatsApp. Almost 90% of these images and videos are random forwards and you wouldn’t even want to see them a second time once you view them. If you don’t want these images showing up on your Gallery, there is a way to do it!
- Open a file manager of your choice.
- Go to Internal Storage > WhatsApp > Media.
- Rename ‘WhatsApp Images‘ to ‘.WhatsApp Images‘ and ‘WhatsApp Video‘ to ‘.WhatsApp Video‘ (Note the dot)This trick will simply hide these images from Gallary. If you want to view the pictures, you can view them using a file manager or from inside WhatsApp.
7) Recover Deleted Chats
WhatsApp backs up all your chats every day at 2 AM in the morning (if you have not manually changed this). So, if you have deleted anything dated prior to 2 AM the same day, you can easily recover them. To recuperate the erased material, you have to uninstall and reinstall WhatsApp. Subsequent to reinstalling, while at the same time setting up the application, you will get an alternative to “Reestablish” the messages. Essentially tap on it and WhatsApp will reestablish every one of your messages. If you don’t mind remember that any message that you got after the reinforcement time can’t be recuperated!
8) Mute group chat notifications
Simply, no more – it’s time to hit the big red mute button. In a chat, simply select the name at the top to launch an in-message settings menu. From here you can toggle mute on (NB: not big or red), cutting out the bings and bongs for a range of timeframes ranging from “friend-snubbing” 8 hours to an “OK, we’re done” full year.
9) Stop dirty images showing
In case you’re the kind of individual who sends and gets pictures you’d rather your companions didn’t discover, you most likely don’t need them spared only two swipes from the previous evening’s gathering pics in your camera roll.
There’s a simple approach to keep away from incidental picture shame however. In Settings > Chats you can flip the Save Incoming Media tab. Presently you can impart lewd snaps to little dread of repeat.
10) Broadcast your private messages
Because you need to send a similar message to various individuals doesn’t mean you fundamentally need to begin a gathering talk where everybody can communicate with each other and disturb you with unending message cautions. The arrangement is a ‘communicated’.
Tapping the menu catch uncovers the ‘New communicate’ choice. This will send a solitary message to different beneficiaries, making an individual visit for each. You don’t have to inconvenience yourself with interminable cut and glue endeavors either – it’s what might as well be called BCCing somebody into an email.
11) Know when people read your messages
Sometimes, something will be right in front of our eyes and we will not notice it. It is surprising how many people have no idea about this feature!
There is an option where you can see the actual time of when a message has been delivered and when it has been read. To see check the sent messages’ details, open a chat, tap and hold any sent message, then tap the info (or i) button from the action bar (top)
12) Mark Messages as Favorite
WhatsApp brings search feature to look for messages easily, but then too it’s better to mark important messages as favorite to get to them quickly when required.
To mark a message as favorite: just long press on any individual message, then tap on the star icon in the action bar at the top of the app’s screen.
13) Send a message with your voice
That means you can get your voice involved when you want to send a message. Now, instead of dictating your messages to be sent as out dated texts, Siri lets you read out your commands to WhatsApp and enjoy some impressive hands-free messaging. All you need to do, once you’ve ensured you’re running the latest version of WhatsApp, is bust out the correct vocal commands: “Hey, Siri. Send a WhatsApp to mum…”
14) Minimize Mobile Data Usage
WhatsApp’s voice and video calls are great features but they utilize a lot of bandwidth in order to deliver excellent voice and video call quality. If you want to save on your mobile data usage, you can go to Settings > Data usage > Call settings > check Low data usage.