34 Top Secret WhatsApp tricks you didn't know about


39 Top Secret WhatsApp tricks you didn't know about

34 Top Secret WhatsApp tricks you didn't know about

34 Top Secret WhatsApp Tricks, which makes the Whatsapp easier to use. WhatsApp is a fantastic instant messaging service that makes BBM messaging service so dull.

Of course, there are lots of instants messaging services around us, but WhatsApp has a great value and almost all of the features in it, which means it has many features.


For those who know the beauty of the service, here are some Top Secrets Whatsapp Tricks, which you may not know, additionally few secrets tips for Whatsapp.

Secret WhatsApp Tips



1- Send Your Location To The Contact


WhatsApp allows you to send photos and videos to contact and also share contact and document, and you can also send your location. This is very good if you meet with your friend here, especially if you want to share Live area, which allows you to get in touch with you for the duration which you choose to follow you. The duration time is set at 15 minutes, 1 hour or 8 hours.


Following is the method for iOS and Android both:

iOS:

 Chat > specific chat > Press on "+" to the left of the message box > Location > Share Live Location > Select time frame.

Android:

 Chat > Specific chat > Press on the paperclip to the right of the message box > Location > Share Live Location > Select time frame.

2- Search your all chats

 Someone may have sent you his/her address, or you may remember to talk about a specific show or any film, but you fed up with scrolling through all of your messages to try to find which you're looking for. In Whatsapp, there is a feature for search your all chats, which is available in IOS and Android both. In IOS: At the top of your conversations, there is a search bar, and in Android: there's a search icon.

You can type anything which you want into the search bar like if you are looking for an address, just type the town name to a specific word and all the chats with the searching word will appear as a specific message.

3- Search For Any Specific Chat


If you wish to search for any specific chat instead of all your chats, this is very possible. Might be you had a conversation about any particular meeting place, or someone may send you their other contact number or their address or any kind of details.

iOS:

Chats > Specific chat > Tap at contact info on the top > Chat Search > Type in the search bar that looks at the top of that particular chat.

Android:

Chats > Specific chat > Open the menu top right > Search > Type in the search bar that looks at the top of that particular chat.

Also, read this article. 

4- Make an Audio or Video Call using WhatsApp


WhatsApp isn't just for instant messaging service, but you can also use it to make an Audio or Video calls. WhatsApp calls use your internet or data connection instead of your mobile balance.

iOS & Android:

Chats > Specific chat > Press the call symbol or video the symbol in the top right corner.

5- Find with whom you talk  most

Who is your real favourite person? It might not be who you think. There is a straightforward method to search for the people to whom you send the most messages and how much space each person takes up, then other things.

iOS & Android:

go to the Settings > Storage Usage and Data > Storage Usage > Select Contact.

6- Save Your Data Allocation

If you have a limited data allocation, and you don't want WhatsApp munching it all away. Fortunately, you can customize when the media file is allowed to download, as well as insure calls use a bit amount of data as possible.

iOS & Android:

go to the Settings > Data and Storage Usage > Media Auto-Download > Switch to WiFi-only to save your data.


Also, read this article.


7- Find Out How Much Data is Used


If you are concerned about your data usage, then you can easily find what you are using. You can damage the total number of messages sent and received, as well as the data sent and received.

iOS and Android:

go to the Settings> Accounts> Use data management> Network control.

8- WhatsApp on The Web and Desktop


WhatsApp isn't just limited to your mobile phones. But there's a web app that synchronizes everything from your phone, and there's also a desktop app too, which you can easily use on your Desktop or on Laptop. Go to https://web.whatsapp.com/ or download the desktop app from Download it from whatsapp.com/download/

After this, you need to open your WhatsApp on your phone >

go to the Settings > WhatsApp Web/Desktop > Scan the QR code on the browser or Desktop app > Follow the instructions.


Both the web and the desktop app will allocate chats and alerts on your computer and will allow you to reply quickly and easily. Your the phone will synchronize with your web or DesktopDesktop to work though so if you lose your connection, the web app will stop syncing until you get your phone connection back.

9- Change the Wallpaper of WhatsApp Chat Screen


WhatsApp has a default wallpaper, which is set as a background on all of your chats. You can change this wallpaper, though, with your photos as well as a collection of images from WhatsApp itself.

iOS:

go to the Settings > chats > chat wallpaper > choose the wallpaper library, solid colours, or photos.

Android:

go to the Settings > chats > chat wallpaper > choose a wallpaper gallery, solid colours, gallery, default, or no wallpaper.

10- Face ID or Touch ID to unlock WhatsApp


If you want to secure your WhatsApp,  in iOS, you can do this, for this iOS user have to set the WhatsApp account with require Face ID or Touch ID authentication while opening WhatsApp, even if your device is already unlocked.

You can still be able to reply to the Whatsapp messages from your notifications and also answer the Whatsapps calls if it is locked. Also, it is possible to set the time duration, which you want the Screen Lock feature to kick in.

iOS:

go to the Settings > Account > Privacy > Screen Lock > Toggle on Require Face ID / Require Touch ID > Select the duration (Immediately, after a minute, after 15 minutes or after an hour).

Also, read this article


11- How to See and Disable Last Seen

The amazing WhatsApp's last seen feature allows users to see when someone lasts online on WhatsApp and also allow the users to see when you last online. If a person doesn't disable the last seen, it shows under the user name at the top of an open chat. To disable last seen:


iOS & Android:

 go to the : Settings > account > privacy > last seen > switch to nobody.


12- Disable The Blue Ticks

The blue ticks can get you in trouble in a whole world if you are ignoring someone, especially when you don't want to reply quickly and if someone sees you have read their messages. You can turn it off, but it's worth noting that if you do, you also will not get read receipts for your words either.

Apple users:

If you have to get Siri to read the message, the blue ticks will not appear, so this can be a perfect way to learn a message without the knowledge of the sender you have.

Android users:

If you read your messages in the notification bar, then the sender will not get the blue ticks.

iOS:


go to the Settings > Account > Privacy > Toggle off Read Receipts.

Android:

go to the Settings > Account > Privacy > Untick Read Receipts.

13- Stop People To See Your Messages


Ever you passed your phone to your friend and quickly scared about the messages, they might see come through? Yeah, we haven't either. For those who have any kind of stuff, then you can turn off the message previews on iOS, so only the contact's name will show instead of the message, or you can turn off notifications altogether.

iOS:

go to the Settings > Notifications > Toggle off Show Preview / Settings > Notifications > Toggle off Show Notifications.

Android gives a range of notification controls. Within the WhatsApp app itself, you can also turn off the high priority notifications - those will pop-up at the top of the screen. Or even, you can control the warnings over the system level that keeps the details private or delete them.

Android:

go to the Settings > Notifications > Toggle off Use high priority notifications.


Also, read this article


14- Hide Your Profile Picture

You may not want everyone to see your profile picture, especially when you're part of many groups where you don't know everyone in the group. Or might be you just fancy being a little mysterious for the day. The way you can select everyone, no-one, or only your contacts see your picture.

 iOS & Android:

 Settings > Account > Privacy > Profile Photo.

15- Block a WhatsApp contact

There are various reasons for blocking someone, or you might I want to prevent contact. We will just want to say that if you stick a connection, you will not be able to send or receive messages, also not make or receive calls from them, and if you unblock them, you won't see any messages sent to you because you were blocked that contact.

iOS & Android:

Go to Chats > Specific chat > touch on contact subject at the top,> Scroll down to the bottom > Block Contact.

16- Stoping images and video appearing in your gallery

Sharing photos and videos on WhatsApp is such great fun, but you may not want to add these images and videos to your phone's gallery.

In Android, a folder is created in the gallery by default.

In iOS, it saves into your camera roll.

If you don't want that, you can turn it off.

iOS:

go to the Settings > Chats > Toggle off Save to Camera Roll.

Android:

go to the Settings > Chats > Toggle off Show Media in Gallery.
Also, read this article.

17- Change Saving Preferences of Image/Video into for Specific Chats

It is possible to change the preference of image and video for specific chats. Maybe you want to make sure photos are always saved from your family, for example, while you'd prefer not to have all images from a group chats in your gallery or camera roll.
By default, all chats are set unless you make changes in them individually, but there is also an option or feature to save images and videos from contact or never to keep them.

iOS:

Chat > Specific chat > Tap on contact or subject at the top of display > Save to Camera Roll > Set to Always or Never.

18- WhatsApp data report Download and view

If you want to download and view the data Facebook-owned WhatsApp collects on you, you can download and view a data report in this way.

iOS and Android:

go to the Settings > Account > Request Account Info > Request Report.
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19-Reply to a specific message

Have you ever talked about several things in WhatsApp chat and need to reply to a particular word? WhatsApp allows you to respond to a particular message and submit it on your reply to make it easier for the person or people you send messages to see what you're getting.

iOS: 

Chats> Specific chat> Specific message> Move left to the right in the word> type your answer and press Send.

Android: 

Chats> Specific Chat> Specific Message> Long Press> Press Answer.


20- Privately Reply to a Group Message

 You can reply to a group message in a private chat, without having to search for the individual chat you do with that particular person.

iOS:

Press and hold a group chats message> select More> Reply from private. The message will appear in the individual chat with the text box below as if responding to a specific word like the previous one.

Android:

press and hold a group chats message> select the three buttons in the upper left corner> Reply privately. The message will appear in the individual chat with the text box below as if responding to a specific word like the previous one.

21- Enable Words to Bold, Italic or Strikethrough


Sometimes a few words need more importance, and shouty caps just don't cut it. Don't worry, WhatsApp allows to make it easier, whatever words or phrases you want bold, italic, or strikethrough them altogether.

iOS :

Add a star on both sides of the word or phrase for *bold*. Add an underscore also in both sides of the word or phrase for _italic_. Add tildes to either side of the word or phrase for ~strikethrough~.

Android:

Add a star on both sides of the word or phrase for *bold*. Add an underscore also in both sides of the word or phrase for _italic_. Add tildes to either side of the word or phrase for ~strikethrough~.

22- Sending a voice message


Might be you don't have time to type a lengthy message or just don't want to be bothered? No problem. WhatsApp allows you to send voice letters to your contact person which is great if you're riding, driving or walking somewhere, for example, doing constant typing and have a bit of a pain.

iOS:

Go to Chats > Specific chat > touch the microphone to the right of the message box > Press and hold the microphone while you record your message. Warning, it sends automatically after you lift your finger off.


Android:

Go to Chats > Specific chat > touch the microphone to after you lift your finger off.

23- Mark chats as unread

If you are at work or busy in something, and just read the chat and then forgot to reply? Most of the time, we do it. There is a way to mark those crucial chats with a dot, which reminds you to go back to it, though.

iOS:

Chat >  Swipe left to right > Mark as Unread.

Android:

Press and hold chat > Open Menu > Mark as Unread.

Also, read this article. 


24- Pin chat for the top

If you're a person who forgot to reply to the messages, you can pin chat. Which it appears at the top of all your conversations, above new and unread chats, rather than just marking it as unread. You can only pin three chats, though, so don't get too complacent with your replying.

iOS:

Chats > hit left to right > Pin Chat.

Android:


Press and hold chat > Press the pin at the top of the screen.

25- Mute individual or Group Chat


Group chats can be very worst. You may be not able to leave the conversation, but you can also mute the notifications so you will not get known every time someone throws in their two cents.

iOS:

Chat > Open the group chat/chat> Tap the subject to get the Group Info / Contact Info screen > Mute > Select how long you want to mute it for.

Android:

Chat > Open chat > Menu button > Mute.

26- Archive/Save your chats


Archive/Save Chat allows you to hide your conversation from your chat screen. It does not delete the chat - it just removes it from the main chat screen without losing it, and also helping you organize your conversations.

You can also save groups or individual chats, and they will hide until you pull down from the top of the Chats display and tap the Archived Chats tab. You can also archive or hide all chats.

iOS:

Chat > Specific chat > Swipe right to left > Archive / Settings > Chats > Archive All Chats.

Android:

Chat > Long press on chat > Press the archive folder at the top right of the screen.

27- Back up or store your chats

To make sure you don't lose any of your chats if you forgot your device or reset your devices, make confident you back up your conversations to iCloud or Google Drive. Unfortunately, if you are moving from iOS to Android and vice versa, there is no simple way to move your discussions over, so be prepared to lose them all. Also, be careful, the archived chats are no longer encrypted.

iOS & Android:

go to the Settings > Chats > Chat Backup > Back Up Now.

28- Clear all chats


If you want to keep all the contacts, you talk to on WhatsApp but want to delete all your messages, WhatsApp offers you an easy option to do so.

iOS:

Settings> Chats> Delete all chats.

29- Delete all chats

Do you want a clean WhatsApp list? Start from scratch by deleting all chats. However, this means that you will get rid of everything, not just chats content, but you'll also have to start a new conversation for each contact.

iOS:

got to the Settings> Chats> Delete all chats.

30- Delete or Clear a specific conversation


If you want to delete or clear a particular chat without losing all your conversations, it is also possible to do so.

iOS:

Chats> Specific chat> Slide from left to right> Click on the three points> Delete chat / Delete chat.

Android:

Chat> Specific chat> Press the menu at the top left> More> Delete chat

Also, read this article 

31- Bookmark Your Important Messages


Some messages are critical to others. It can be the date you need to remember or any suitable place you've been recommended. It's all possible to bookmark these kind messages and find them all easily in the Starred Messages section

iOS:

Chat > Specific chat > Specific message > Double tap or hold down and press start.

Android:

Chat > Specific chat > Specific message > Hold down and press start.

32- Delete an individual message from a chat

Just as you can start a specific message in the chat, you also can delete an individual message from a conversation. You can also "delete for everyone" but all this done within 1 hour and 8 minutes and 16 seconds.

Selecting to delete for everyone will result in a message appearing in the chat, saying the message has been removed which looks suspicious.

iOS & Android:

Chat > Specific chat > Press and hold on the specific message you want to delete > Press Delete.

33. Send a Public Message Privately


Have you ever spent a free night and wanted to ask many of your friends if they did not need to open each conversation to ask them separately? You can send a broadcast message to your contact list, which appears as if you had individually requested it. Great for saving time, terrible if everyone responds yes.

iOS:

Chats Broadcast lists> New menu> Add contacts.

Android:

Chat> Menu> New transition.

34. Know how long you have been ignored

There is nothing more disturbing than seeing those blue ticks appear without an answer shortly after. If you want to torture yourself a little more and find out when your message has already been read and how long it has been ignored, you can do it. We do not recommend this.

iOS:

chat> specific chat> specific message> swipe left to right.

Android:

chat> specific chat> specific message> press and hold> Press the "i" information icon at the top.




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