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Different Heart Emoji Colours And Their Meanings



There are lots of things we do unknowingly without understanding the deeper meaning. Many times while chatting on WhatsApp or Facebook with someone we do use some slangs and symbols that may have a deeper meaning but we may not even know.


 
WhatsApp is a popular social media platform that allows private messages between individual. 
Many a times, we use some Emojis on WhatsApp without knowing the deeper meaning.

When chating someone on WhatsApp, the red heart Emoji "❤" is commonly used for almost everybody without thinking the deeper meaning. Whenever you send a wrong image to someone, it gives such person a wrong impression about you.



Let have a deeper look at the different Heart Emojis available on WhatsApp that many of us hardly use.

The Green Heart Emoji

Green heart emoji
 
This is called the Jealous Heart. Green love can also mean an act of envy, possessive love or jealousy. This can be use on WhatsApp as form of friendship or reconciliation.


The Red Heart Emoji
Red heart emoji



Red coloured Emoji love is used for expressions of love. This represents deep connection, passion, unconditional love romance and friendship.
Using the red heart on WhatsApp signifies a very helpful person or love. This is commonly used among the love Emojis on WhatsApp.


The Purple (Violet) Heart Emoji 
Purple heart emoji

A violet/purple heart shows understanding, sensitivity, and compassionate love.
This particular emoji is mostly used to show wealth or glamour. A violet heart Emoji also reflects sexuality. This gives you idea that likely the chat partner wants to talk about an amorous adventure.

The Yellow Heart Emoji
Yellow heart emoji


The Gold or yellow coloured hearts signifies Friendship and happiness. Using this on WhatsApp means joy of life and that someone is optimistic and happy.



The Blue Heart Emoji
Picture of a blue heart emoji

A blue heart can also symbolize peace, harmony, trust and loyalty. The blue heart shows a deeply felt loyalty and friendship between the chatters.


The Orange Heart Emoji
Picture of an orange heart emoji


Sending an orange heart is to show great comfort, care and serenity. This particular colour is associated warmth, joy, enthusiasm, success, sunshine, creativity, heat and encouragement. 
Using this Emoji on WhatsApp means you love to stick with someone as a friends and have nothing mutual. This is just for mere friends or acquaintances.



From the above post, you can see that it's not everyone you can be sending the red heart Emoji to on WhatsApp. You might be sending them a wrong impression if you keep using only the red heart emoji.



What do you think about this? Which of it is your favorite colour? Share this post, let other have idea of what all the heart Emojis on WhatsApp represent.

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How To Stop Whatsapp From Reducing The Quality of Pictures You Post or Send

Someone viewing pictures on a smartphone


 Many atimes when we send pictures to someone on whatsapp, automatically whatsapp tends to reduce the quality of the image and this sometimes gets us annoyed due to the fact that there's nothing we can do.

Sometimes this might sound well for those that are managing their data, but for people that the exact quality of the picture is their priority, they won't like this idea. Gone are they days when you have to send pictures as document file so that whatsapp won't reduce the quality. 

In this post, I'll be teaching you how you can stop whatsapp from reducing the quality of pictures you send. You don't have to be stressing yourself by sending images as document files just to keep the exact quality. 

Follow the steps below.


How To Stop Whatsapp From Reducing The Quality of Pictures You Post or Send:

  1. Go to Your WhatsApp settings and click on Storage and Data
    WhatsApp settings



  2. In the Storage and Data options, scroll down and select Photo Upload quality
    WhatsApp storage and data settings

  3. Select Best Quality and click OK.
    WhatsApp photo upload settings


There you go..

You have now stopped WhatsApp from from reducing any pictures you send henceforth. This is a great news for graphic designers that share their works with their clients on whatsapp.

If you no longer what your pictures to be uploaded at Best quality, you can go back to step 1 and 2, then select either Auto or Data saver.

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How To Get Back Hacked Whatsapp Account

 How To Get Back Hacked Whatsapp Account

How To Recover Hacked Whatsapp Account

Has your Whatsapp Account been hacked? Cry no more.
These days everyone seems to be a victim of hacked accounts. Before it used to be just Facebook accounts that were being targeted by hackers, but now they have migrated to whatsapp. 

WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps in the world. It is owned by Facebook and has more than 2 billion users worldwide.
A lot of people have ignorantly fallen victim to this menace.

How Do Hackers Gain Access To Your Account?

The hackers tries to register your whatsapp number on their phone and a six digit code is then sent to you as a security measure to confirm if you are really the one that's trying to register on a new device.
Once the code has been sent, the hacker then tries to trick you to give them the code using different methods. 
One of the major trick they use is that they will tell you they registered you for an online business where you will be paid daily or weekly if you invest your money and all they need at that mode is your registration code which was sent to you.
Once you ignorantly fall for their trick and send them the code, you have just given them full permission to access and register your account on their device and once this is done, WhatsApp will automatically log you out from your own device. This is because no one Account can be used on two phones at the same time.

If you didn't set up two-step verification on your account, getting back your account at that moment will not be possible because as soon as the hacker successfully registers your account on his/her phone, the first thing the hacker will do so to set up two-step verification and this will make him have uninterrupted usage of your account for as long as the hacker wants.

Here are the few ways you can get back your whatsapp account:

  • Once you find out that your account have been hacked and you've been logged out, the next thing to do is to re-register your whatsapp on your phone and a six-digit verification code will be sent to you via SMS which whatsapp detects and logs you in automatically, while the hacker gets logged out.
  • If the hacker has already enabled two-step verification on your account, you will have to wait for seven days before you can get your account back.
  • In a case whereby you are unable to receive the verification code and the hacker forgot to enable two step verification on your account, you can deactivate your account.
  • To deactivate your account, send an email to Whatsapp Support at [email protected] with the title “Lost/Stolen" & "Pls deactivate my account” in the body. You should get a quick response within 5 minutes in which they will ask for the affected Whatsapp number.
  • Deactivation email to Whatsapp Support
  • Once the account gets deactivate, the hacker will no longer have access to the account and you will have to wait for 30 days before you can reactivate your account.
  • If the hacker has already setup two step verification after accessing your account, the deactivation won't work. You will have to wait for 7 days before deactivating it.
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Measures To Keep Your Whatsapp Account safe

  • Once you get hacked and your process of getting back the account failed, the next thing to do is to inform your friends and family through phone call about it, so that they won't fall victim. This is because the hacker will be chatting with them and your friends will think you are the one, not knowing you have been hacked.
  • Never ever give someone your verification code, no matter the person.
  • Ensure you have enabled two-step verification on your account and keep the pin given to you very safe.
  • Always check to make sure your account is not being accessed through whatsapp web. You can do this by clicking the 3 dots at the top right of your whatsapp, select whatsapp web. If you find out you are logged in on any browser, quickly click on log out of computer and all devices, if you are sure you are not the one that logged your account on any computer.

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WhatsApp Warns Users To Share Their Data With Facebook or Stop Using The App

 WhatsApp Warns Users To Share Their Data With Facebook or Stop Using The App

WhatsApp Warns Users To Share Their Data With Facebook or Stop Using The App

The Facebook-owned messenger with 2 billion users revamps its privacy policy.

WhatsApp, the Facebook-owned messenger that claims to have privacy coded into its DNA, is giving its 2 billion plus users an ultimatum to agree to share their personal data with Facebook or delete their accounts.
The requirement is being delivered through an in-app alert directing users to agree to sweeping changes in the WhatsApp terms of service. Those who don’t accept the revamped privacy policy by February 8 will no longer be able to use the app.

Shortly after Facebook acquired WhatsApp for $19 billion in 2014, its developers built state-of-the-art end-to-end encryption into the messaging app. The move was seen as a victory for privacy advocates because it used the Signal Protocol, an open source encryption scheme whose source code has been reviewed and audited by scores of independent security experts.


In 2016, WhatsApp gave users a one-time ability to opt out of having account data turned over to Facebook. Now, an updated privacy policy is changing that. Come next month, users will no longer have that choice. Some of the data that WhatsApp collects includes:
  • User phone numbers
  • Other people’s phone numbers stored in address books
  • Profile names
  • Profile pictures and
  • Status message including when a user was last online
Under the new terms, Facebook reserves the right to share collected data with its family of companies.

“As part of the Facebook family of companies, WhatsApp receives information from, and shares information with, this family of companies,” the new privacy policy states. “We may use the information we receive from them, and they may use the information we share with them, to help operate, provide, improve, understand, customize, support, and market our Services and their offerings.”
In some cases, such as when someone uses WhatsApp to interact with third-party businesses, Facebook may also share information with those outside entities.

A lack of transparency
The move comes a month after Apple started requiring iOS app makers, including WhatsApp, to detail the information they collect from users. WhatsApp, according to the App Store, reserves the right to collect:
Purchases
Location
Contacts
User content
Identifiers
Usage data and
Diagnostics


A WhatsApp spokeswoman declined to speak on the record about the changes and precisely how or if it’s possible for users to opt out of them. She agreed to email additional information on the condition it be kept on background, meaning none of the details can be quoted verbatim.
The move, the spokeswoman said, is part of a previously disclosed move to allow businesses to store and manage WhatsApp chats using Facebook's infrastructure. Users won't have to use WhatsApp to interact with the businesses and have the option of blocking the businesses. She said there will be no change in how WhatsApp shares provides data with Facebook for non-business chats and account data.

Together, the WhatsApp privacy policy and terms of service are more than 8,000 words long and are filled with legal jargon that makes it difficult for non-lawyers to understand. WhatsApp is doing its users a disservice by not agreeing to speak on the record so that reporters can fully understand the changes and explain them to readers.
WhatsApp users migrating to Telegram app


People who object to the new terms and policy should consider using a different messenger. The Signal messenger provides the same robust encryption engine with a much more transparent privacy policy and terms of service. (Those documents are half the length of those from WhatsApp, too.) Besides providing encrypted chats, Signal also offers encrypted audio and video calls. 
And also, Telegram is another more encrypted messenger you need to move to. People that are already using telegram tends to prefer it to whatsapp.

What do you think about this new Privacy policy by WhatsApp?

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