We are here with the second edition of this collection of "tricks" with which we intend to get the most out of the most popular messaging application on the planet. WhatsApp is undoubtedly the most used messaging client by everyone, here and anywhere, both on Android and iOS, in fact we spend much of the time we are using the smartphone in this application, so it is a good time to Learn to get all the juice, with the intention of improving and optimizing each of the movements we make within it. Do not miss even one of our tips to take advantage of WhatsApp on your iPhone.
First, remember that you should not miss the previous installment of this saga if you have not been able to read it, "Tricks to get the most out of WhatsApp on your iPhone (1/2)" is the first of the two posts. Now we are going to leave the last tips for WhatsApp to become a tool and not a nightmare, and that is that WhatsApp is a double-edged sword, it can monopolize our free time in thousands and thousands of meaningless or banal groups. We must know how to control WhatsApp and not allow WhatsApp to control us.
Watch your privacy, adjust who accesses your information
The blissful double tick blue is also configurable
The terror loomed over WhatsApp users, it was no longer the last connection that conditioned knowing whether or not you had read a message, the double blue tick appeared, the definitive mark on whether or not we had read a message. However, it is fully configurable (although this is known to most users), you can deactivate the read confirmation on the last of the switches of the WhatsApp privacy section.
File, you don't earn anything by deleting conversations
Perhaps you can regret a lot by deleting a conversation permanently, since conversations in many cases do not contain only texts, now we also find documents and multimedia that we never know when we might need it. Because, We recommend that you archive conversations instead of deleting them. In addition, when sliding from left to right, if we prolong it slowly it is archived only, making it the most comfortable option.
In addition, by archiving conversations regularly, we can more easily find those that interest us in the main panel of chats, so conversations or groups that have little movement will be archived and will return to the initial panel when they require your attention. Having few conversations in the initial panel will help you read and work faster on WhatsApp, as well as prioritize the attention you provide.