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Using read receipts, WhatsApp users can determine if their messages have been successfully delivered and read by the recipient.
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A single check mark indicates that the message was sent successfully, while two check marks indicate whether or not the message was successfully delivered to the recipient’s phone. On the other hand, if there is a double check mark in blue next to the message, it indicates that the recipient has already read it.
On the other hand, there may be circumstances where you don’t want to open the chat to read a message, and you don’t want the sender to know whether or not you’ve read the message.
Are you also looking for a means to read messages sent via WhatsApp without opening the app or letting the sender know that you did? If your answer is yes, then I have some advice for you that might be useful to you.
Please note that this hack is only compatible with Android based mobile devices. Here is a step by step guide.
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Step 1 – Press and hold your finger on the home screen of your Android smartphone.
Step 2: After that, select “Widgets” from the menu. The screen will be filled with all the widgets of the application.
Step 3: Locate the WhatsApp widget by scrolling down the page. To use it, tap on it.
Step 4: The app will be added to the home screen of your mobile device.
Step 5 – Tap ‘Done’.
Step 6 – Next, move the widget to the top by holding the long press button.
Once you have successfully configured the widget, the chat messages will be organized in the same way that they appear in the WhatsApp program. You can read all the messages here. However, pressing on any chat will open the WhatsApp chat and a blue double check will appear next to the message. To avoid this, avoid tapping in any chat.
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Meanwhile, Meta-owned WhatsApp is in the process of rolling out a number of new features, one of which will allow users to share voice messages about their status. After it’s been shared, the ring will appear around profile photos in the chat list, as well as in other locations.
Because the program developed by the company owned by Meta now includes new status reactions, users can show their friends and family exactly how they feel with the touch of a button.
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