Sorry Android users, this one’s also just available on i OS. As long as you don’t speak in a Scottish accent, you can command Siri to type your Whats App messages out for you, leaving your hands free for less menial tasks.
With the sheer volume of messages sent via Whats App, it can be easy to lose track of important details, such as an address or special date.
On i OS, you can see exactly how much space each of your chats takes up by navigating to Settings Storage Usage. You can save shortcuts to your favourite Whats App conversations directly on your home screen by tapping and holding a chat and selecting the Add Chat Shortcut option from the menu.
From there, you can easily free up space by deleting the content you definitely don’t need, with filters allowing you to get rid of specific file types, such as videos, pictures, voice messages, documents, contacts and locations. It will create what looks like a brand new app, adopting that particular conversation’s title and picture as its name and icon.
Similarly, you can mark a conversation as unread when you know you need to reply to it, but perhaps don’t have the time to at the moment.