Tuesday, 28 July 2015

How to Mark New Received Message as Unread on Whatsapp

Are you also the one who was waiting for some of the new tips of Whatsapp? If so, then today I am going to share an amazing yet new trick of Whatsapp which is going to put you on the safe side socially and relationally. Since, this trick is going to tell you that how you can mark new received messages as unread on Whatsapp.

Yes, you read it right as now Whatsapp let you mark new received messages as unread and it is an official update of Whatsapp and I am going to tell you that how can do it.
This trick is based on Whatsapp “Mark as Unread” feature which they have recently introduced. Furthermore, it will change the chat status of the message as well. As you all know that whenever any message is read then it will turn the ticks blue so by applying this trick those message delivered ticks will remain unchanged and it will not turn blue.

Mark New Received Message as Unread on Whatsapp

So, here are the steps which you are supposed to follow. Once you have applied the steps then you can change the status of that received message to unread and can set the notification which will remind you of that message later.
  • First of all, Open Whatsapp on your Phone.
  • Now, you need to wait to receive any new message on your Whatsapp or look for any conversation whose new messages you want to unread. Ones you got that conversation then long tap on that conversation.
  • After that you will have different sort of options. You need to tap on Mark as Unread.
  • Then it will mark the new received message as unread. Then you will have green light (Visual Signal) stick with that conversation which will remind you to respond the person later. This was as simple as you read it.


So, this was the new trick which we have dig out for you. I am sure you must have loved the feature. If you have any question left related to this then lend your queries in the comment box. I shall get back to your queries as soon as possible.
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