10 new whatsapp tricks


Here Are The Best 10 WhatsApp Tricks & Tips

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1) Whatsapp Trick To Know Exact Time When Message Got Read:

Exact Time When Message Got Read


We all know that the meaning of gray ticks is delivered, and blue tics means the message has been read. There is an option that gives you time when the message was delivered and at what time it was read. All you have to do is click on the sent message and click on that I button at the top.

2) Whatsapp Tips For Tagging People And Quoting Messages:

Tagging People And Quoting Messages

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Now you can tag people in the group using the name of the person in the beginning and after that, you want to tag. You can also quote the message to make sure that you are replying to that unique message. You can quote a message by clicking and holding it, and then clicking that button will click the answer.

3) How To Backup Whatsapp Chats:

chat backup for whatsapp


This is a nice feature in WhatsApp What gives you a backup of your chat for local chat or cloud storage. Just go to the settings and then click on the chats, and then click Backup backup and then click on backup.

4) How To Minimize Mobile Data Usage in Whatsapp:

dada saving for whatsapp

You can reduce mobile data usage for WhatsApp, then go to WhatsApp then click on data usage and then fewer usage data.

5) How To Hide Notifications From Lockscreen in Whatsapp:

Hide Notifications From Lockscreen


You know that those notifications sometimes cause irritation because they can also be closed if you are mobile closed. To disable them then go to the apps then get notifications and then lock the lock screen notifications.

6) How To Hide Chats In Whatsapp:

chat hide for whatsapp

You can hide the chat from the main conversation list just by clicking them and then archiving them. You can scroll to the bottom of the conversation list and view archived chats and then click on the watched chats.

7) Use Multiple WhatsApp Accounts Within the Same Phone Without Any Third Party App:

Use Multiple WhatsApp Accounts Within Same Phone Without Any Third Party App:


All You Have to do is Goto Android Settings And Then Users And Add New User. After That Install New WhatsApp App For That User And Register With Another Phone Number.

8) How To Recover Deleted Chats Or Messages in Whatsapp:

whatsapp recover chat

Whatsapp automatically updates your chat every day at 2 o'clock so if you deleted anything a day ago, you can retrieve it. All you have to do is to uninstall WhatsApp again then install again and again to use the same number to register and you have to indicate that the backup has been found. Just tap on the restore button.

9) How To Mute Notifications From Groups on Whatsapp:

mute notification on whatsapp

You Simply Can Mute Those Irritating Notifications From Groups By Simply Going to that Group And Click on Options And then Mute Notifications.

10) Backup Chats To Email:

backup chat to email

You Can Even Keep Backup of Your Chats on Your Email. Just Goto that Chat And Click Options Then Click More Then Click Email Chat. That's it You Are Done.

Some More Whatsapp Tricks:

WhatsApp has a really useful system for message read receipts whereby it displays two blue ticks. You can even select the message and tap the information icon to see exactly when that message was read.

That's great - if you're the sender of said message. But when you're the recipient, even though you know it's common courtesy to reply and not doing so makes you a terrible person, sometimes you just don't fancy it. At least not right now. So those two blue ticks that scream "Hey, I've read your message and I'm ignoring you" perhaps aren't all they cracked up to be.

Fortunately, it is possible to read a WhatsApp message in secret, without the sender knowing you've seen it.

Disable WhatsApp Read Receipts

The best way to stop people knowing when you've read their message is to disable read receipts. The catch here is that it works both ways: if you don't let others know when you've read their messages, you won't be able to see when they've read yours. Fair's fair.

(If you don't like being fair we have also listed some more sneaky ways of reading WhatsApp messages in secret below.)


Launch WhatsApp and tap the three dots at the top right of the screen
Enter the Settings menu
Choose Account
Choose Privacy
Slide the toggle next to Reading receipts to disable it

If you do decide to turn off read receipts you should be sure to also follow the next step and disable Last Seen, or you'll give the game away.

Disable WhatsApp Last Seen

It's no good turning off reading receipts if your message sender can see that you've been on WhatsApp and haven't bothered to read their message. In fact, it's worse.

As with reading receipts, this works both ways: you can't see when they were last online if you don't let them see when you were.


Launch WhatsApp and tap the three dots at the top right of the screen
Enter the Settings menu
Choose Account
Choose Privacy
Tap Last Seen
Select Nobody
Enable Pop-up Notifications on the Lock Screen

You can now view floating notifications of WhatsApp messages on the Lock Screen, and unless they are ridiculously long you should be able to see the majority of the message in this preview window. Here's where you'll find that option:


Launch WhatsApp and tap the three dots at the top right of the screen
Enter the Settings menu
Choose Notifications
Choose Popup notification
Select Only when screen "off"
Enable High-Priority Notifications for WhatsApp messages

As with pop-up notifications on the lock screen, high-priority notifications enable you to read a WhatsApp message without being seen by flashing them up at the top of the screen in whatever app you're currently using - just be careful not to accidentally tap on it. You'll find this option in the same menu as before:


Launch WhatsApp and tap the three dots at the top right of the screen
Enter the Settings menu
Choose Notifications
Enable the toggle next to 'Use high-priority notifications'

Read WhatsApp messages in the Notification Bar

If you're using an Android phone you'll be notified of new WhatsApp messages in the notification bar at the top of the screen. Rather than tapping these to open them in the app, pull down to read the message and access an option to reply within the notification. Your message will not be marked as read.

Read WhatsApp messages in the Android widget

All standard Android phones support widgets, accessible by tapping and holding on the home screen and selecting Widgets. If WhatsApp Messenger is installed on your phone then you will find a WhatsApp screen widget in this depository.

Tap and hold the WhatsApp widget to drag it to your home screen. Any incoming WhatsApp messages will then be visible within this widget without you needing to launch the app and open them.

Read WhatsApp messages in Aeroplane mode

Before WhatsApp added all these sneaky ways of getting round read receipts, an often quoted way to read a WhatsApp message without being seen was to put your phone into Aeroplane mode. Trouble is, your phone is then in Aeroplane mode and not all that useful to you, and invariably when you exit that mode up will pop those two blue ticks.

Mark WhatsApp messages as unread


You might have found an option in WhatsApp that enables you to mark messages as unread, but you should know that this is for your benefit only - it's a way of flagging messages you intend to act on later. It's accessible in the Chats tab when you tap and hold a conversation to select it, then tap the three dots at the top right and choose 'Mark as unread'.

Delete the WhatsApp message

In 2018 WhatsApp added the ability to delete not only received WhatsApp messages but sent ones too. If your recipient had not yet read the message then they never would, though they would see a notification that a message had been removed, and they might ask why.

You should know that when you delete messages you have received it works differently: you are removing them only from your view of the conversation, and the sender can still see them. Of course, there's also no fix for the fact they know they sent you the message in the first place, so you can't get away with reading it and saying you never received it.

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