Make it easy to switch phones with your messages in tow Worried about losing your past year of mass messages?You don't have to put off upgrading your handset - just take your chats with you. Both i Phone and Android owners have their own Whats App backup options thanks to i Cloud and Google Drive syncing.This feature will handily link them back to that message if they need added context as well. Throw in some bold and italics to get your point across Whats App is great for most things. Fortunately there's a hidden little feature to help you better get your point across and help your friends understand the urgency of your messages. Instead, every time you want to put a bit of emphasis on a certain word, you'll have to put the desired command shortcut around the words you want to stand out.To bold up, you need to but an asterisk on either side of the word, like *this*, while italics need an underscore on either side of a _word_, and strikethrough a tildes (those squiggly hyphens), just like ~this~. You can even combine commands for *_bolditalics_* attention grabbing.
To enable these data-saving ways on i OS, all you need to do is go Settings Find it hard to pick out your bezzie mates from your mass of Whats App chats?Instead of scrolling back through hundreds of rambling messages, taking a screenshot of the proof that your pal said they'd arrive two hours ago, then cropping it and sending it back – you can now simply quote them.Sure, you'll still have to give your thumb a sizeable workout by scrolling back to the message you want, but once you have it, you can simply hold down on it, then hit the left arrow on Android or the 'reply' button on i OS to deliver your Whats App mic drop. Well, sadly it's not as easy as simply clicking the corresponding button.This will send a single message to multiple recipients, creating an individual chat for each.You don't even need to trouble yourself with endless cut and paste efforts either – it's the modern equivalent of BCCing someone into an email.13.