Sometime one of your friends can block you on WhatsApp and if you need to unblock yourself. It is possible? Let’s check some tricks how to unblock Wh
But before unblocking yourself let’s check if you are really blocked.
How to check if somebody block you
Check the profile of the person who you think blocked you. Check if last seen time, WhatsApp status is visible or invisible. If you can see these data – everything is OK, if you can not see anything – you have been blocked.
The second method to check if you are blocked is to send a message to that person. If it shows only a single click, it means that the message has been delivered but has not been checked.
If you are sure that somebody block you – you can unblock yourself on Whatsapp.
There are several solutions how you can do that.
Unblock Me on WhatsApp
Method 1 – Delete Your Account
Select delete account
Enter your name and delete your account permanently
Now you can uninstall WhatsApp Messenger from your phone
After that you need to Restart your phone.
Now reinstall your WhatsApp again on your phone, follow all the procedures
Done! You have unblocked yourself from your friend’s WhatsApp account.
But please note that in this case you can lose all your whatsapp data.
Be careful doing this. If you do not want to delete your WhatsApp account you can try others solutions.
Method 2 – Create a Group
Ask some of your friend to create a group. He will need to add you and the person who blocked you.
Now you can talk to the reson who blocked you and ask to unblock you directly.
Ask your friend to leave the group – now you can talk with a friend who blocked you one to one.
Today WhatsApp is probable the most usable messenger in the world. If you are one of its fan, you need to know these helpful WhatsApp features.
1. Text formatting in messages
When you type messages in WhatsApp you can use bold, italic or striked text on the fly. To do so, you’ll need to add a couple of special characters before and after whatever it is you want to format.
To bold text in WhatsApp, use an asterisk (*bold*); italicize text with an underscore (_italicize_); create strikethrough text with tildes (~strikethrough~).
2. Star a message
You can add a star to some message. This is convenient way to go back to a phone number, address or article link a friend sent you. For this you need long-press on the message and tap on the Star icon.
To view your starred messages, on iOS select the Star tab along the bottom of your screen. Android users need to tap on the Menu button, then Starred Messages.
3. Who do you talk to the most?
Curious about who your BFF is on WhatsApp? If you have an iPhone, it’s easy to figure out.
Go to Settings > Data and Storage Use > Storage Use. A list of contacts will populate, in order of who is using the most storage on your phone. Tap on each contact to view more detailed stats, such as the number of messages exchanged, images and GIFs.
Android users can go to Settings > Chat > Chat History > Email Chat to view the same info. Thanks to CNET reader CherryC22 for the tip.
4. Review message details
Want to see message details? if it was delivered or read? Swipe to the left on a message you sent to view those stats on your iPhone. Android users can long-press on a message, then tap on the “info” icon at the top of your screen.
5. Mute a conversation
When heading into a movie or meeting, use WhatsApp’s mute feature to silence a chatty group conversation or a friend who doesn’t get the hint that you’re busy.
Android users can long-press on a chat, then tap on the crossed-out speaker icon at the top of the screen. iPhone users need to open a conversation, then tap on the contact or group’s name at the top of the screen followed by Mute.
WhatsApp provides the option to mute a chat from 8 hours to 1 year, which seems a bit like overkill.
6. Hide your last seen status
If you want to hide your “Last Seen” time, you need to do the next:
Open Settings > Account > Privacy > Last Seen.
WhatsApp provides three options: Everyone, My contacts, Nobody.
7. Disable read receipts
Now you also can disable read receipts in WhatsApp. This will prevent fellow users from knowing you have read a message.
Open Settings > Account > Privacy and uncheck the box next to Read Receipts.
Note: Turning this feature off will also prevent you from seeing when a friend has read your message. Group Chats will still use read receipts, however.
8. Don’t save photos, videos by default
If you’d rather not have WhatsApp saving every photo and video you receive to your camera roll, taking up space and cluttering up your own photos, disable autosave.
On an iPhone, open Settings > Chats and turn Save Incoming Media Off.
This is a feature that’s seemingly missing from Android.
9. Use WhatsApp on a computer
As we’ve covered before, you can use WhatsApp from a computer with relative ease.
The gist of the process involves selecting WhatsApp Web within the mobile app, visiting web.whatsapp.com on your computer, and scanning a QR code with your phone.
10. Custom notifications
Android users should tap on the Menu icon when viewing a chat thread, followed by View Contact > Custom Notifications.
For those using WhatsApp on an iPhone, tap on the contact’s name when viewing a chat thread, then Custom Notifications.
11. Export a conversation
On an iPhone, the process involves viewing a chat thread, tapping on a contact at the top of the screen, then scrolling to the bottom of the Contact Info page and selecting Export Chat.
Both devices give you the option to export with or without media attached.
Starting from October 1 2017 all passengers Delta flights can use WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger and iMessage on the plane. To use the services passenger will need to to log into Delta’s in-flight wifi portal powered by Gogo. This is first time when airline offers such a service throughout its fleet.
However, traditional SMS will not work. Only mobile messaging services are supported at launch and users will not be able strim videos, send videos or pictures.
This is a great new opportunity for people who purchased expensive Gogo internet package for this. So now you can chat with some friends or family during your flight absolutely for free.
We believe that this is very convenient and cool feature from Delta airlines!