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Revealed: How To See Deleted Messages On WhatsApp

Have you ever been worried about the contents of deleted messages by your friends on WhatsApp and you’re unable to ask them what the content is?

Actually, WhatsApp messenger allows sender to delete sent messages within the period of less than or equal to 7mins after being sent. WhatsApp did this in order to allow sender to correct error in messages, but unfortunately communication wise, this act actually make receiver worry about the contents of deleted messages.

So if you are always worried about the contents of messages deleted by your friends on WhatsApp, then this article is for you.

Read below for step-by-step process on how to see deleted messages on WhatsApp :

1. Download Notisave on Playstore

Firstly, you need to download notisave application directly on playstore. The app is free to use, so don’t be afraid of spending.

2. Install notisave app on your phone.

The second process including the installation of your notisave app on your device. You don’t have to tweak your phone to use this app. It’s straight forward thing.

3. Activate and Grant Permission

To activate and Grant permission to notisave, open the app and Mark all apps that is on the list shown to you, except your WhatsApp. Then whenever some send you WhatsApp message and delete it, you can check them on your notisave app.

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WhatsApp Limits Message Forwarding




With billions of people unable to see their friends and family due to COVID-19, people are relying on WhatsApp more than ever to communicate. People are talking to doctors, teachers, and isolated loved ones via WhatsApp during this crisis.


Last year the social platform introduced users to the concept of messages that have been forwarded many times. These messages were labeled with double arrows to indicate they did not originate from a close contact. In effect, these messages are less personal compared to typical messages sent on WhatsApp.
“We are now introducing a limit so that these messages can only be forwarded to one chat at a time.

“As a private messaging service, we’ve taken several steps over the years to help keep conversations intimate. For example, we previously set limits on forwarded messages to constrain virality. At the time, we saw a 25 per cent decrease in total message forwards globally,” the social platform said.
It said not all messages forwarded are bad because many users forward helpful information, as well as funny videos, memes, and reflections or prayers they find meaningful. “In recent weeks, people have also used WhatsApp to organise public moments of support for frontline health workers.

However, we’ve recently seen a significant increase in the amount of forwarding which users have told us can feel overwhelming and can contribute to the spread of misinformation. We believe it’s important to slow the spread of these messages down to keep WhatsApp a place for personal conversation.
“In addition to this change, we are working directly with NGOs and governments, including the World Health Organisation and over 20 national health ministries, to help connect people with accurate information.
Together these trusted authorities have sent hundreds of millions of messages directly to people requesting information and advice.
You can learn more about these efforts, as well as how to submit potential myths, hoaxes and rumors to fact checking organisations, on our Coronavirus Information Hub,” it added.

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It said it believes that now more than ever people need to be able to connect privately. “Our teams are hard at work to keep WhatsApp running reliably during this unprecedented global crisis. We’ll continue to listen to your feedback and improve ways for people to share with each other on WhatsApp,” it added.

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