Best WhatsApp Hacking Tips: How To Hack WhatsApp Account – We all know that Whatsapp images appear in the Photo Gallery or Camera Roll of our phone. Therefore, there are many users who want to restrict or stop Whatsapp images from appearing on Phone’s Gallery or Camera Roll.
For Android Users:
- First, install ES File Explorer on your Android Device.
- Now, go to the images or videos folder and then tap the New button from the lower left.
- Tap on File, then create a file and name it as .nomedia.
Now you will not be able to display your Whatsapp images in your Photo Gallery.
For iOS Users:
- First of all, go to Settings and tap on Privacy.
- Now, you need to tap on Photos and then toggle off the Whatsapp Option
Now you will not be able to display your Whatsapp images in your Camera Roll.
Just like with the ‘Last Seen’ timestamp, WhatsApp will also let your friends know when you’ve read their messages, and just like the timestamp feature, this too can be disabled. It’s worth noting that disabling the feature will mean that you won’t know if/when messages you’ve sent have been read by the recipient, and group message read receipts will still be sent regardless.
Go to the Settings menu, tap Account > Privacy and toggle the ‘Read Receipts’ option off.
It’s now possible to tag other members of a WhatsApp group message in order to get their attention even if they have muted the conversation. To notify any member of a group message that you’re trying to get their attention simply type @ and select them from the list that appears.
Previously, Whatsapp was just a messaging app, but now it has included the voice and video calling feature too. These features are applicable only in the latest versions of Whatsapp.
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