How to mark messages unread in Whatsapp andother tricks
WhatsApp is arguably the most popular social messaging apps in the world. It is easy to use. It has some really cool features – like doodle, GIFs and Stickers – among others that make interacting with friends and family a whole lot fun. Then there are features like Delete for Everyone that save us from a deeply embarrassing situation when we accidentally end up sending wrong message to the wrong person or when we hit send to a message we don’t intend to send.
Over the years, WhatsApp has introduced a host of such features that have made connecting to friends via its platform quick and easy. But, in case, you are not fully aware of the long list of features that the Facebook-owned social media firm has in store for you, we have compiled a list of some of its coolest features that you need to check out now:
Get conversation shortcuts: How many friends do you chat with frequently? 2-3 or may be you have your fantastic four? Well, if you are an Android users, you can create shortcuts to your most frequent chats on your home-screen to get a one-tap access to your friends.
How: All you need to do to create a conversation shortcut is tap and hold on the chat (group or individual) of your choice. A tab will pop up, in which you need to select the Add Conversation Shortcut option. Once you do that, the chat will appear as the person’s profile photo on your smartphone’s home screen.
Send WhatsApp messages with Siri or Google Assistant: Responding to a WhatsApp message can sometimes be a bit difficult, especially if you are busy cooking or cleaning. But did you know that you can respond to WhatsApp messages using the AI assitant – Google Assistant or Siri – on your smartphone.
How: All you need to do is invoke Siri or Google Assistant and ask her to send a message to a contact or a group. You can say — “Hey Siri, Send a WhatsApp to Rica”. You can then dictate the message you want to send.
Stay selectively notified of conversations: Do you rush to your phone everytime you hear a ping on WhatsApp? Well, there is a simple way to avoid all of that. You can simply assign different tones to different groups and individuals. This will help you in differentiating and hence in determining if the message can be read later.
How: Like everything else on WhatsApp, this one too is extremely simple. Just go to the Group Chat and tap on the name to bring up Group/Contact Info. Now go to Custom Notifications and select a custom message alert tone of your choice……..Read More>>