Another way to read messages without the sender noticing.
How do? The WhatsApp
blue tick in wire– And textNews as well Pictures We have already shown. In addition, we have described the method by Gray tick trick Allow. Now we will show you another trick that allows you to read WhatsApp messages without notifying the sender. The tick does not change color – it remains gray.
WhatsApp on your wrist
The trick is very simple, but it requires you to have an accessory. Specifically, it is a smartwatch. These wearables are now popular with many smartphone users. One of the functions of current smartwatches is that they display notifications. Users can also set (Settings > Apps > Notifications) to be notified of incoming WhatsApp messages on the small screen. These then appear in the list along with your other notifications. Here, for example, with information from Instagram:
Initially, only a small part of the WhatsApp message is displayed. However, anyone who immediately reaches for their smartphone to read the entire message is making a mistake – at least if they don’t want the sender to know that they have already read their message. You can also read it on the smartwatch. All you have to do is click on it and the entire content will appear.
For longer messages, it is necessary to scroll down on the Smartwatch screen. So you can read these messages in full.
Best of all: as long as you only read the WhatsApp message on the smartwatch, the hashtags on the sender don’t change color. Here they remain gray instead of blue. So he does not know that the content of his message is already known.
This way you can buy enough time to answer later. Many WhatsApp users expect an answer immediately upon reading the message. However, there is often no time. In order not to annoy the sender or to avoid being called unfriendly, it is recommended to use one of the tricks with which it is possible to bypass blue ticks with such communications.
New answer option
With one of the following updates, WhatsApp will at least make sure the answers are going faster. In the future, users will be able to Reply to messages with ‘Reactions’ – that is, via emojis
. For example, you can use “cool,” “thumbs down,” and “smileys & co” to tell the sender that you’ve seen the answer and what you think of it. This is what the response reactions would look like:
“Social media evangelist. Baconaholic. Devoted reader. Twitter scholar. Avid coffee trailblazer.”