Common text messaging is a thing of the past nowadays as most smartphone users can benefit from an easier to use application which is flexible and enjoys a great degree of popularity called WhatsApp. This software is available free of charge making it easier for a large number of people to make use of it.
To make use of the greatest user experience possible we’ve come up with a few tricks that might come in handy the next time you open the app.
The Sender Not Being Notified By Ignored Messages
The mark for a message which has been read is double blue ticks and if you only want to read the message and not answer it one could easily disable this going to Settings > Account > Privacy > Read Receipts
Last Seen Time Should Not Be Used
Carrying the same meaning as reading a message, being able to see when you were last online you could ditch some unwanted conversations by easily turning it off via Settings > Account > Privacy > Last Seen.
Getting Back Deleted Texts
As we want to keep hold of some conversations, they can be easily deleted by accident. Not to worry though as we can bring them back to the place where they belong. The process couldn’t be easier as you just need to delete the app and install it once again and it will work its own way through restoring lost conversations.
WhatsApp users can send voice messages with some help from Siri without even touching the phone. You’ll need the latest version of the app and give your command and it will do its magic.
Changing Font Design To Enhance Your Messages
By using bold, italics and striking through texts you can personalize the impact of your messaging. It may prove difficult but it’s worth experimenting with them. It’s a fairly difficult process to comprehend but as you get used to the process, it will come as second nature. Just use an asterisk on both sides of the text you want to send for italics, underscore for italics and bended hyphens for striking through it with a line (*example*, _example_, ~example~).