WhatsApp: what does the white flag mean and when to use it?

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Did you know WhatsApp has more than 3,000 emojis? These are divided into the following categories: Emoticons and people, animals and nature, food and drinks, activities, trips and places, objects, symbols and finally flags. In this last section that we have just mentioned, the icon of ‘The white flag’ is located. What was it created for? It is something that we will explain below.

In the category flags of WhatsApp Not only are the flags of different countries of the world located, but there is also the checkered, triangular, crossed, black, rainbow (LGBT), transgender and pirate flag, all have a different meaning and design, but, there is one that many users confuse or associate it with peace, since it is about the white flag.

WhatsApp baptized this emoticon as ´Waving white flag´ was created in 2014 and approved by Unicode in 2015. The emoji is shown in white color and waving clinging to a pole, what does it mean? If you think it represents peace then you are wrong, for that the white dove is shared. The white flag icon is traditionally used as a sign of surrender in the same vein as ancient wars, he reported. .

Did you know that a new emoji pack was launched this September? We recommend you click here so you can know the new emojis that you will use. Among them are a ‘pregnant man’, ‘mouth biting his lips’, ‘hands that form a heart’ and many more.

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: smb_web@support.whatsapp.com or android_web@support.whatsapp.com. You can also make the same request from your iPhone through the exclusive service for iOS.

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Now, if you need to make a general query, you can fill in the form using this link. There you simply have to put your phone number, in addition to the code of your region, and then write your message after identifying yourself.

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