Where are my WhatsApp settings?
In order to reach the settings menu, all you need to do is open WhatsApp and tap on the 3-dotted icon. You will find this icon on the top right corner of the screen. It is on the right side of the search bar icon. When you tap on it, you will find “Settings” at the bottom of the dropdown menu.
Is there any setting in WhatsApp?
On an Android phone: Go to WhatsApp > Menu (the three dots on the upper right corner) > Settings > Account > Privacy > Last Seen. Next, choose “Everyone,” “My Contacts,” or “Nobody.”
How does WhatsApp Privacy settings work?
By default, the app has specific privacy settings in place that allow any user to see when you’ve last used the app (last seen), your profile photo, your “about” information, and read receipts. They also allow contacts to see your status updates, and any users can add you to groups.
What are WhatsApp Privacy settings?
By default, WhatsApp sets your privacy settings to allow: Any user to see your last seen, profile photo, about information, and read receipts. Your contacts to see your status updates. Any users to add you to groups.
Can I use WhatsApp on two phones?
You can use up to four linked devices and one phone at a time. Your personal messages, media, and calls are end-to-end encrypted. Each linked device connects to WhatsApp independently while maintaining the same level of privacy and security through end-to-end encryption that people who use WhatsApp have come to expect.
Can someone read your WhatsApp messages from another device?
Please note, WhatsApp is end-to-end encrypted and messages are stored on your device, so someone accessing your account on another device can’t read your past conversations.
Can you stop receiving messages on WhatsApp without blocking?
Go to your phone settings (under the general Android settings) >> Apps>> Open list of Apps>>Select WhatsApp>>Tap on Notification and disable all notifications for WhatsApp. Disable vibration and popups as well.