How to send messages backwards on WhatsApp?
The application has released different updates so that users continue to take advantage of WhatsApp.
|How To Send Messages Backwards On Whatsapp?|
WhatsApp, over time, has become the most important instant messaging application in the world, since it has around 2,000 million users.
Likewise, with the updates launched by the app , which is part of Meta, it is becoming easier to customize the experience, according to how the user considers it.
In this sense, in recent days a function available for both Android and iOS devices that allows you to send messages in reverse has been known. For this you must do the following:
- Open the WhatsApp application on the cell phone.
- Select any conversation or group.
- Enter the fliptext.org website from the cell phone or device that the app is on .
- There, two text boxes will be available at the top of a button called “Flip text”: there you must put the message you want to send.
- Later, in the second box you can see the final result.
- Finally, you will have to copy the message and paste it into the chat.
Similarly, the application in its most recent updates allows users to pixelate Android and iPhone photos in its editor.
In addition, the Wabetainfo portal reported that the platform will allow the states to integrate audio.
This means that WhatsApp will come to audio states. The option is only active for users who have Beta, so it is not yet known when it will be deployed. However, it seems that it will be with the new WhatsApp update that will be available in the coming days.
According to the portal specialized in WhatsApp, in the same way as you can share photos or texts in the states, you can share a “voice status” that would have the same operation as voice audio.
The option will appear along with the others, as text, and it will be through the microphone icon. There, people will be able to record their audio to share it with the other people in their states.
On the other hand, WhatsApp is rolling out a new feature that will allow you to configure several existing temporary chats simultaneously, an option that began testing a few months ago and which can be accessed by clicking on one of the chats and selecting several at the same time.
The app introduced temporary chats, which disappear after a certain time (initially seven days) in November 2020, and a year later, it integrated new options within temporary messages.
Among them, a function that allowed users to establish complete chats with this configuration and with different time limits stood out, since two new durations were presented: 24 hours and 90 days.
Currently, this instant messaging service offers various options to activate temporary messages, both in conversations with another contact and in group conversations. In both cases, these messages are configured individually, in the section of each chat.
However, in the latter, those who administer them can change the settings to allow only administrators to activate or deactivate that option.
WhatsApp also allows you to set this mode for all newly created individual chats, through the Settings or Settings menu, both on iOS and Android.
Some of the latest developments around temporary chats were revealed in May, when WABetaInfo found that WhatsApp was planning to introduce a tool to select existing conversations and make them temporary despite not having been started in this mode.
In that order of ideas, it was also indicated that this change could be extended to several chats simultaneously, since, when clicking on one of the chats, the application allowed several to be selected at the same time to turn them into temporary conversations.