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WhatsApp: the trick to eliminate that sound that the app emits after sending a message

It is impossible to count the number of messages that are sent through WhatsApp, since the aforementioned platform has more than 5 billion users around the world, who chat simultaneously with their friends, family or work colleagues. One of the features that comes by default when you download WhatsApp for the first time is that the app emits a strange sound after having sent a message, this is not to the liking of many so today we will teach you how to silence it.

It is a bubble sound that WhatsApp It plays automatically every time you send a text, photo, video, audio, document message, etc. Fortunately, there is the possibility of configuring the application to silence it, it means that you will not have to download external applications to delete it.

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  • First, make sure WhatsApp do not have pending updates on Google Play.
  • Open the instant messaging application and press the icon of the three vertical dots that are located in the upper right corner.
  • Several options will be displayed, tap on ‘Settings’ or ‘Settings’.
  • Here, go to the ‘Notifications’ section.
  • Finally, deactivate the option ‘Conversation tones’.

Ready, you just have to go back to the ‘Chats’ tab, enter a conversation and start sending messages, you will realize that the sound will have already disappeared. On the contrary, if you want WhatsApp Play that bubble sound again, activate the ‘Conversation tones’ option again.

What does the notice “Temporary messages have been activated” means in WhatsApp

  • If the following message appeared in a chat: “Temporary messages were activated”Means that your contact has decided to enable auto-disappearing messages.
  • To find out if they have activated this tool, open WhatsApp and enter any chat, the next thing is to press on the name that is located at the top.
  • All the information with that contact will be displayed, go to the ‘Temporary messages’ section and see if it is activated or deactivated.
  • If you wish, you can change this option so that all messages disappear after 24 hours, 7 or 90 days (3 months).
  • The aforementioned tool helps prevent you from accumulating several WhatsApp chats or large files on your mobile.

Do you have a problem with WhatsApp? Do you need to report it? If you have any kind of problem, then you should write to their contact email: [email protected] or [email protected] You can also make the same request from your iPhone through the exclusive service for iOS.

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