Tech Tips: 2 Ways To Read WhatsApp Messages Without Opening Them Or Notifying Senders (Explanation) Nigeria news



WhatsApp, owned by Facebook Inc, is according to Statista the most popular global mobile messaging application in the world.

It has around two billion monthly active users across the world. No wonder the whole world was affected when the services of Whatsapp, Facebook and Instagram were down on Monday, October 4.

An adult woman talks to her friends through a chat app on her smartphone.
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How does WhatsApp manage to gain the trust of two billion people around the world for their private message exchanges?

The messaging app entices users with end-to-end encryption.

What is end-to-end encryption?

This feature ensures that users’ messages and calls are secure so that only them and the person “With whom they communicate can read them or listen to them, and no one in between, not even WhatsApp”.

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But that’s not all. WhatsApp has a ton of other awesome features that make it the go-to messaging app for millions of people around the world.

Among these is the Read Receipts function.

What are read receipts?

Read receipts inform users that their message has been viewed.

As a WhatsApp user, to show that your message has been sent successfully, a gray check mark will appear on the message.

To indicate that the message has been successfully delivered to the recipient’s phone, two gray check marks will appear.

Finally, to indicate that the recipient has read your message, the two gray check marks will turn blue.

Explanation: How to read WhatsApp messages without opening them or notifying senders
WhatsApp’s receipt reading function, its function and how it can be disabled. Source: Whatsapp.com
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However, as a WhatsApp user, there are some situations where you might not want a sender to know that you have read their message, possibly because you are busy and not ready to. to respond.

There are two options to achieve this:

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1. Disable read receipts

To avoid the pressure of replying to WhatsApp messages while still managing to view them “secretly”, simply turn off the “Read Receipts” feature.

To turn off your read receipts, tap More options to access settings. Then click on Account from which you click on Confidentiality and deactivate Read receipts. Simple.

It is important to note, however, that this will not turn off read receipts for group chats or play confirmations for voicemail messages.

According to WhatsApp, there is no way to turn off these settings.

2. Read directly from the notification drawer

To take advantage of this feature, you must enable WhatsApp notifications in your mobile phone settings.

This will ensure that you are notified when a message is sent to you via WhatsApp. This way you can read (short) messages without having to open the WhatsApp app and alert the sender.

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Note that you need to make sure you don’t tap on the message itself while reading, as this will open the app and notify the sender that you received the message (if your read receipts are enabled).

Signal, the new messaging app Elon Musk wants the world to use

Earlier, Legit.ng wrote about Signal, another free internet messaging and voice / video chat app with end-to-end encryption.

Thursday, January 7, Elon Musk caused a “disruption” in the world of Internet messaging; the richest man in the world asked his 41.9 million Twitter followers to use Signal.

Musk’s tweet comes amid apprehension from some WhatsApp users after the internet messaging app issued a privacy update notification saying it is sharing user data with Facebook, its parent company .

Source: Legit.ng


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