How to hide WhatsApp blue ticks?

WhatsApp has started sending back read message confirmations back to the reader by issuing blue double tick marks on the message. This indicates and confirms that the message has been read / seen by the user on the other end. Previously, a single tick would mean that the message is sent and a double tick meant that the message has been received on the phone. However, there was no confirmation whether the message was seen by the recipient and when. But now there is no escaping as the sender will know if you saw the message and when. While blue ticks could be great for some, it could ruin relationships for many others. "Engineers World" suggest you how to avoid blue tick mark

When you receive a Whatsapp message, don’t open it first. Instead, switch off your internet and wifi connections, then open Whatsapp and read the message. Close the app, reconnect to your data or wifi, and voila! the check marks remain grey

WhatsApp Explains about Blue Tick Mark

In an official blog post, WhatsApp tried to reassure users who may be concerned about why a person hadn't received or read their messages. ‘If you only see a single check mark next to your message, there is likely nothing wrong with WhatsApp or your phone,’ explained the developers. ‘There may be several reasons why your message has been sent, but not delivered to your chat partner such as their phone might be off, they could be sleeping, especially if they live in a different time zone, they might be experiencing network connection issues or they might have seen the notification on their screen, but did not launch the app - especially common if the recipient uses an iPhone.’ It is not currently possible to opt out of this feature. WhatsApp is owned by Facebook, which has a similar feature on its Messenger app. When a message is opened and read, a tick appears in the message list and the time it was read appears in the bottom right-hand corner of the post. Apple's iMessages also use this feature.

How to hide 'last seen' status on whatsapp for android, iphone and windows??

The WhatsApp for Android, iPhone, Windows update has brought the option to hide the 'last seen' notification, profile photo and status through privacy settings. To change these settings, simply go to WhatsApp > Settings > Account > Privacy. If you don't share your last seen, you won't be able to see other people's last seen (continue reading.... )

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