Although many of us use it daily, few people actually know the many tricks they can perform on WhatsApp to make their experience even better.
Here are some useful tricks on the WhatsApp you probably (definitely) didn’t know.
1. Converting videos to GIFS on Whatsapp
-convert video that you would like to make into a GIF.
-Open a conversation in WhatsApp.
-Tap the attachment icon (the paperclip) on the top right.
-Select the video that you want to convert into a GIF.
-In the video editor that appears, tap the camcorder icon on the top right once.
– You should see GIF appear in its place.
-Edit the video as you wish, but it must be under six seconds long to be converted.
-When you are done trimming the video and adding the optional message, just tap the green arrow icon to send.
2.How to Stop Your WhatsApp Friends from Knowing You’ve Read Their Messages.
– Open WhatsApp
– head to Settings
-To keep people from knowing you read their message, tap the Read Receipts switch to turn it off. This means you won’t be able to see whether or not they’ve read yours either, though.
3. how to mute whatsapp group notification
1. Open WhatsApp.
2. Long-press on the name of the group you want to mute – until it’s selected and a few options appear at the top.
3. Tap on the mute icon.
4. Select a time period (e.g. 8 hours, 1 week or 1 year).
5. Uncheck “Show notifications”.
6. Tap on “OK”.
4 . how to custom whatsapp notification of a favorite person or particular person
-Initially, Open up a conversation and just tap on View Contact.
-You’ll now spot new options for custom notifications.
-You can view list of settings wherein you can change vibration alerts, lights, pop-ups and audio tones.
-You can see a pop-up notification that shows four options as:
Only When Screen “On”
Only When Screen “Off”
Always Show Popup
-You can select any of the option depending on contact.
Through this custom notification settings, you’ll be able to configure specific tones for calls and messages and configure popup notification behavior.
-By setting this way, it makes easier to spot messages from people you much care about, without having to unlock your device
5. how to save data on whatsapp;
-. Set your back-ups to Wi-Fi only
Under WhatsApp’s’ settings select ‘chat backup’ and scroll down to the section which says ‘back up over’. When you select this it will let you choose to back up over Wi-Fi or Wi-Fi and cellular. Check that only ‘Wi-Fi’ is selected. You can also change or update your back up settings from daily to weekly or monthly according to your preferences.
-. Disable automatic downloads of videos and images
You can adjust the settings on your WhatsApp so that videos, images and documents that are sent to you via the app do not automatically download when you receive them, unless you are in a Wi-Fi connected zone.
To adjust your settings, go to your WhatsApp account and click on ‘settings’ then select ‘data usage’. Under the ‘media auto download’ section you can select ‘when using mobile data’ and then deselect photos, audio, video and documents so that they do not automatically download when you are using mobile data.
-. Reduce the voice call quality
Also under the ‘data usage’ setting on WhatsApp you can adjust your call setting to lower the amount of data used during a WhatsApp call. Simplselect the ‘low data usage’ option under call settings.