How to bypass the double check on WhatsApp messages in 2023

By: Dan Cooper

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If you are a frequent user of WhatsApp, you may have encountered situations where you cannot immediately respond to a message. Whether it’s due to a busy schedule or you simply cannot attend to your phone at the moment, you may still want to know what the other person said without them knowing that you have read their message. Fortunately, there are some tricks you can try to keep your messages private and maintain your privacy, without the need to respond right away. Although there are numerous methods on Android, this guide will focus on options that are available for iOS users.

Deactivate the reading confirmation

One way to prevent others from receiving a double blue check on their message, indicating that it has been read, is to deactivate the reading confirmation feature in your settings. Here’s how you can do it:

1. Open WhatsApp on your iPhone.
2. Navigate to the “Settings” section at the bottom right corner.
3. Go to the “Account” option, followed by “Privacy.”
4. Scroll down until you find the “Read confirmation” option and deactivate it.

Peek and Pop

Another way to read a message without the sender knowing is by using the Peek and Pop function on WhatsApp. Here’s how you can do it:

1. Open the app and locate the chat where you want to read the message.
2. Press down and hold the conversation without entering it.
3. A thumbnail of the conversation will appear, which can be used to read the full message.
4. Once you have read the message, release your hold on the conversation.

It’s worth noting that WhatsApp is constantly updating and introducing new tools, codes, and shortcuts. By following MAG, you can stay up-to-date with the latest WhatsApp tricks and features. Follow MAG on their social media channels, including Twitter (@Mag_ECpe), Facebook (Mag), YouTube (Mag), and Instagram (@mag_peru) to never miss out on the latest updates.

In conclusion, reading WhatsApp messages without the sender knowing is achievable with these tricks. Whether you prefer to deactivate read confirmation or use the Peek and Pop function, you can preserve your privacy and avoid feeling compelled to respond right away.

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