Surely on more than one occasion you have found yourself in this situation: you want to read a new WhatsApp message, but you don't feel like responding immediately. How to do it without the two appearing ticks blues?
As you know, this application notifies if the recipient has received and / or read the message or not to the person who sends a message by using ticks.
- A tick gray means that the message has been sent
- Two ticks gray means that the message has been received
- Two ticks blue means that the message has been read
In this article, we explain the various possibilities that you have at your fingertips to be able to know what they have written to you without the issuer in question noticing. To do this, you only need to have the WhatsApp app downloaded in your smartphone.
If you have a smartwatch or activity monitor Able to receive WhatsApp messages – such as Fitbit Ionic or Apple Watch -, make sure you don't open them automatically and mark them as seen.
On the other hand, if you also do not want anyone to know that you have read their message in the Facebook Messenger app, you are interested in taking a look at the recommendations that we offer in this article.
Method 1. Disable read confirmations
WhatsApp gives you the option of completely deactivating the read confirmation function. That means that your contacts won't see you both ticks blue when you read their messages or see them when they read yours.
Keep in mind that these changes to the WhatsApp configuration will not affect the groups, which will continue to show whether or not you have read the message. To deactivate read confirmations, follow the steps below:
one. Open the application Whatsapp and tap on the menu of Configuration. If you use iPhone, you will find it in the lower right corner. If you are an Android user, you should access the menu of Settings touching on the three horizontal lines.
two. Now, tap on Account and, in the new screen, select the section Privacy.
3. Next, locate the option Read Confirmations and the switch on that is on the right.
4. Finally, disable the switch to stop sending and receiving read confirmations.
Method 2. Activate the Avin mode
The previous method is very effective, but it implies that you cannot know whether or not they have read your messages. This is why the method we present below can be of more help. It's about resorting to Avin mode.
Before detailing step by step what needs to be done, we want to make it clear that this method can be somewhat inefficient at times, especially depending on the model of smartphone that you use
Anyway, this is the procedure to follow:
one. When you receive a WhatsApp message, whether your phone is locked (image on the left) or not (image on the right), you will see a notification. Do not touch on her.
two. Before opening the message, you must activate the Avin mode, which in turn deactivates any Wi-Fi connection and your mobile data. That will make WhatsApp unable to connect to its servers or send them the information that you have read the message.
To activate the Avin mode on your iPhone, you can access the Control center sliding your finger from the bottom of your screen up and touching the avin icon. Alternatively, you can go to Settings and activate the switch Avin mode.
On Android, also go to Settings and swipe down until you find the option to Avin mode. In our case, we must first touch on Ms and there we found the switch to activate it.
3. Now you can go to read the message received as you would in normal circumstances: open the WhatsApp application and tap on the corresponding conversation to open it.
4. Once you have read the message or messages in question, exit the conversation and optionally mark it as unread. So it will be easier to retrieve it when you have time to answer.
If you use an iPhone, you can do so by sliding the conversation in question to the right and until you have two options on the left. Tap on the blue Unread option. You should see a circle on the right hand side.
Android users should press and hold on the conversation for a while until a menu appears with the option Mark as unread. Touch on it and voila!
Method 3. Use the WhatsApp 4 x 2 widget (Android)
The method we present below unfortunately is only available to those who have a smartphone Android In this case, you will not need to disconnect from the Internet, but should add a widget on your screen
This little trick will allow you to read the beginning of all the messages that arrive in your WhatsApp without having to open the application. In addition, you can choose five s and five not to answer, although you cannot send emoticons, images, videos or voice memos.
These are the steps to follow:
one. On your home screen, touch and hold for a few seconds – try not to do it on the icon of an app – until a menu with several options appears. Among them, see the call Widgets. Select it
two. Now, slide down until you find the section dedicated to widgets by WhatsApp. Locate that call WhatsApp 4 x 2.
3. Finally, tap on it and hold until you get the start page. Without releasing it, drag it to the start page and let it go. You will have anchored this widget so practical in your smartphone.
Method 4. Read the messages from the notification menu
Finally, you can also partially read the messages sent to you without opening the application from the notification menu of your smartphone, either iPhone or Android. These are one by one the steps to follow:
one. When you receive a new WhatsApp message notification, do not touch on it. If you are on the lock screen, unlock your phone without touching it. If you already have your mobile unlocked, simply ignore it.
two. Now, you should access the notification menu. You can do it by sliding your finger from the top of your screen down. You can all read the beginning of the message or messages you just received.
3. Finally, tap on the corresponding notification only when you are ready to answer. If you tap on it by mistake, you will open the WhatsApp application and the sender will know that you have read his message.
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