Two WhatsApp hacks most people don’t know revealed

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You probably use WhatsApp every day – but there are some clever tricks you may have missed.

Some of the most popular TikTok videos show some of the best.

If you’re a regular WhatsApp user, it’s worth knowing these tricks.

They were shared by TikTok creator @tricksin1, in a video that has more than 7,000 likes.

The first step is to save messages as favorites.

Open WhatsApp and start a chat.

If you hold your finger down on a specific message, you’ll get the option to Star it.

Next, go to your Settings and search for Starred Messages.

That’s where all of your favorite messages will be stored.

It’s an easy way to keep track of important messages – maybe an address, travel directions or even a clever WhatsApp trick.

Another tip is to pin chats.

This is a simple way to prioritize your WhatsApp friends.

It is easy to get lost in WhatsApp chats or groups if you are a busy person.

But it’s actually possible to pin several chats so that they stay at the top of your main conversation feed.

You can access your chat list by clicking on the “Swipe Right” button to start a conversation.

Then, tap Pin to stick that chat at the top of your feed.

If you change your mind later, you can unpin at anytime.

Other WhatsApp tricks

Bolding text is a great way to emphasize a word or phrase: bold.

It can make a message stand apart, which can be helpful in group chats.

All you need to do is place an asterisk either side of the word or phrase you’re trying to embolden, like so: *text goes here*

The TikTok influencer shared another hack that allows users to pin a group chat thread, so they don’t have to shuffle through their messages. @tricksin1

Similarly, it’s also possible to make WhatsApp message italics, which is great for emphasis: italics.

It works exactly the same way as the bold trick but with different symbols.

You need to place an underscore on either side of the word or phrase you’re trying to edit, like this: _text goes here_

The strikethrough features draws a line all the way through your text: strikethrough.

It’s usually used to signify that something is wrong, or should be ignored.

To get a strikethrough, place a tilde (that’s that squiggly line symbol) either side of your message, like this: ~text goes here~

This story was originally published on The Sun. We have permission to reproduce it here. 

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