3 WhatsApp tricks that will take your messaging to the next level

3 WhatsApp tricks that will take your messaging to the next level

WhatsApp is used by more than two billion individuals to communicate with their peers, and its popularity has grown since the coronavirus was discovered.

Despite the fact that WhatsApp is used by billions of people, many users are unaware that it has a few tricks up its sleeve that come in useful while communicating.

Shortcuts that save time

Text in a bold font

People can make their text bold to emphasise or highlight something. It may also make a message stand out in a group chat, which is useful.

So, what’s the best way to make your text stand out? The asterisk sign goes between your text, and that’s all there is to it. insert text here

Following that, your content will be bold.

Italicise text

You may italicise your text in the same way — just the symbols will change.

You’ll italicise the text after adding an underscore before and after it text goes here.

Text with a strikethrough

Striking through a message will assist editors, authors, and anybody else who wishes to share content with their colleagues in indicating that something is incorrect or should be ignored.

Your text will be struck through if you put a tilde before and after the text — text goes here.

Vaishabh Jalmi
I am a technologist, an electronics engineer, and a writer with a keen interest in the latest developments in technology, design, and engineering. I have an engineering degree in electronics from one of the top universities in India. My experience spans different domains of information technology including hardware, software, embedded systems, and networking. I have built my career on this passion for innovation by working at companies like Intel Corporation, General Electric Company (GE), Cisco Systems, Inc., PTC India Private Limited, Teamwork Software Ltd., etc. As a tech writer, I have written for some reputed publications like MakeUseOf and TheNextWeb. This has helped me hone my writing skills while also making it easier to understand complex topics related to technology.