GBWhatsApp is a modified variant of the official WhatsApp. The app offers some of the best features and a great messaging experience.
However, there are still some users that didn’t try all the cool features. Here are some of the best tips and tricks you might want to use.
Hide Your Online Status
Sometimes hiding the online status can be extremely useful. You can hide the online status easily. First, tap on the three dots at the top right corner of the app and select the Privacy options. Find the Hide Online Status feature and tap on it.
You can choose to show the online status again by following the same steps mentioned above. You will have to select the Show Online Status instead of the Hide Online Status.
Read Deleted Messages
There is a cool trick in GBWhatsApp that lets you read all the deleted messages. How can you do such a thing?
Begin by tapping on the triple dots, hit Privacy, and tap on Enable Anti-Revoke.
Hide Blue Ticks
Hiding the blue ticks is as easy as hiding the online status. Tap on the triple dots, select Privacy, and choose Blue Ticks. You can choose to hide the blue ticks for contacts or groups.
Activate the DND Mode in GBWhatsApp
GBWhatsApp’s DND Mode is very useful if you don’t want to be interrupted by any messages. Find the Wi-Fi icon at the top of the app and tap on it. Select Ok when asked to confirm.
Change the Theme
GBWhatsApp offers hundreds of themes, and you can download your favorite from the app’s library for free. Start by tapping on the triple dots, go to Settings, then select Themes. Change your theme as you like it whenever you want.
Increase the Upload Size Limit
One of the best things at GBWhatsApp is that you can increase the upload size limit. Tap on the triple dots, go to Settings, and select Media Sharing. You can increase the video upload size to 50MB and the audio upload size to 100MB.
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