What does the green dot next to your WhatsApp chats mean?

What does the green dot next to your WhatsApp chats mean?


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WhatsApp It is full of functions that very few know about, for example, it is now possible to edit the messages in the app, even when they have been read, as well as being able to post a voice note in your states so that your contacts hear not only your voice , but your message.

But in recent days there are several users who a green dot has appeared right next to all their chats WhatsApp. Some think that it is an error or a new bug in the messaging application, but it is not.

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As you know, the app belonging to the Meta conglomerate is further expanding its tools and it is possible that you are unaware of most of them. In order to explain what it is, here at MAG we tell you everything.

What does the green dot mean in your WhatsApp conversations

  • The first thing you should know is that this is not an error, much less a bug.
  • Some type of wrong click may have been generated within your chats.
  • It is for this reason that today we will tell you what it is.
  • To begin with, the green dot that appears next to your WhatsApp chats is because you have marked a conversation as unread.

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The green dot is positioned next to each of the WhatsApp conversations. (Photo: MAG – Rommel Yupanqui)
  • To be able to deactivate it, simply press on the WhatsApp chat.
  • Then above, at the top, a new menu will appear.
  • Press the three dots in the corner and you should see the word “Mark as read”.
  • At that moment you will see that the green dot that was shown in your chat will disappear.
  • Remember that if you press the “Mark as unread” again, that does not mean that the two blue checks of your friend’s conversation also disappear.
  • It is simply meant to remind you that this message is important and should be responded to when you can.

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