You can set messages to disappear after a certain amount of time. To do this, open the chat you want to change, tap the three dots in the top right corner, and select "Settings." Then, tap on "Advanced" and scroll down to "Disappearing Messages." You can choose to have messages disappear after 1 hour, 8 hours, 1 week, or 1 month.
Star a message
You can star a message to save it for later. To do this, long-press on the message you want to star and then tap on the star icon. You can find all of your starred messages by going to the "Starred Messages" section of the chat list.
You can clear out storage for individual chats or for the entire app. To clear out storage for an individual chat, open the chat and then tap the three dots in the top right corner. Select "More" and then "Clear Storage." To clear out storage for the entire app, go to the "Settings" section of the app and then tap on "Storage and Data." Tap on "Manage Storage" and then tap on "Clear All Data."
You can view more details about a message, such as when it was sent and who it was sent from. To view message details, long-press on the message you want to view details for. You will see the date and time the message was sent, as well as the name of the person who sent it.
You can bold, italicize, or strikethrough text in WhatsApp by adding special characters before and after the text you want to format. To bold text, use an asterisk (*) before and after the text. To italicize text, use an underscore (_) before and after the text. To strikethrough text, use two tildes (~) before and after the text.
You can use WhatsApp on your computer without having to keep your phone connected to the internet. To do this, go to https://web.whatsapp.com/ in your web browser and scan the QR code that appears on your phone.
You can now use WhatsApp without a phone number. To do this, you will need to create a WhatsApp Business account.
WhatsApp now supports payments in a number of countries. To use WhatsApp for payments, you will need to add a payment method to your account.
by Vague’s Mary Thompson