This way you can remove the legend of “forwarded” of the messages, photos or videos that you share through WhatsApp.
WhatsApp is much more than a messaging application. The social network has become a way to connect with people, start businesses, and spread information, videos and photos in a simple way. The app belongs to Facebook and already has more than two billion users around the world, who share texts, images, stickers and much more. Every time the application has more settings and modifications.
One of these options is the possibility of forwarding messages that you have received from other contacts and broadcasting it. The only bad thing is that it seems impossible to remove the legend of “forwarded” at images, videos or texts that we share directly. However, we give you the solution, since there is a simple trick to delete this message so that you can forward something without anyone knowing.
The possibility of forwarding messages directly came in 2018. The app added this title of “2 forwarded” as a solution to messages of scams, fake news or junk files that arrived. Despite this, it may also be necessary to disable it from time to time to prevent everyone from knowing that you shared and forwarded the information. So you can do it from your cell phone with iOS or Android.
Instructions for sending photos and videos without the “forwarded” message
- Open WhatsApp and go to the conversation where the text, photo, video or document that you want to share is located.
- Select the message until it changes color. Click on the three vertical points that are in the upper part of the date (in case of Android) and choose the option “compartor2.
- Select a contact or group where you want to forward the message. The text or content will be shared without the “forwarded” legend appearing
- Remember not to click on the arrow pointing to the right when you have selected a message, but in that case if the “forwarded” legend will appear.
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