WhatsApp Tips and Tricks: Tired of WhatsApp and want to take a break from the messaging app? Before you do that, you should know that WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in India and the world. The messaging app claims that billions of messages are exchanged every day. Often you may feel like not using WhatsApp for messaging and you don’t want to receive any more messages either. However, the main problem with the app is that you can’t just mute your messages or delete WhatsApp without deleting it. Also Read – American Woman With Expired Visa Stages Assault, Abuse To Blackmail Parents Back In USA: Delhi Police
If your mobile data or Wi-Fi is turned on, you will continue to receive messages on WhatsApp. It doesn’t matter if you turn off background data or keep WhatsApp closed, you’ll still get notifications. Also, turning off the blue checkmark for your messages doesn’t change anything as the app doesn’t stop sending messages and turning off this feature means the sender won’t be able to know if you’ve read messages or not. Also Read – WhatsApp Latest Feature: Messaging Platform Will Let You Post Voice Notes About Status Updates Soon
Here’s how to disable WhatsApp without uninstalling the messaging app
Long press the WhatsApp app and tap the “App info” icon. You will now see a “Force Stop” option at the top. You just have to tap on it and that’s it. Close the WhatsApp app in the background. Once this is done you will no longer receive messages on this app.
However, you should keep in mind that the moment you open WhatsApp, it will work again and you will then receive messages. To disable the app, keep it closed in the background and use the “Force Quit” option to stop receiving messages. Also Read – Passengers can now track train status and location with this new feature on WhatsApp | Details here: