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17:40  24 august  2019
17:40  24 august  2019 Source:   msn.com

Shared inbox startup Front adds WhatsApp support

Shared inbox startup Front adds WhatsApp support Front, the company that lets you manage your inboxes as a team, is adding one more channel, WhatsApp. Starting today, you can read and reply to people contacting you through WhatsApp. This feature is specifically targeted at users of WhatsApp Business. You can get a business phone number through Twilio and then hand out that number to your customers. After that, you can see the messages coming in Front and treat them like any Front message. In particular, you can assign conversations to a specific team members so that your customers get a relevant answer as quickly as possible.

Ever wanted to make your WhatsApp messages look a little different? And by different I mean wacky and oddly formatted? Turns out there’s a way to format your texts with bolding , italics So here ’ s how you can add a little zest to your WhatsApp missives, using some basic formatting

Formatting your messages - WhatsApp allows you to format selected text inside your messages . WhatsApp allows you to format selected text inside your messages . Italic. To italicize your message , place an underscore on both sides of the text, like so

Here’s how to add italics and bolding to your WhatsApp messages
Here’s how to add italics and bolding to your WhatsApp messages
Here’s how to add italics and bolding to your WhatsApp messages
Here’s how to add italics and bolding to your WhatsApp messages
Here’s how to add italics and bolding to your WhatsApp messages
Here’s how to add italics and bolding to your WhatsApp messages

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Ever wanted to make your WhatsApp messages look a little different? And by different I mean wacky and oddly formatted? Turns out there’s a way to format your texts with bolding, italics, strikethroughs, and good ol’ monospace.

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Here we have mentioned the process, check it out In case you aren’t aware, WhatsApp has recently included few more most needed features to its iPhone app. You can now add Bold, Italics , and Strikethrough text messaged from your iPhone using WhatsApp .

WhatsApp has added the ability to add bold, italicised and strikethrough options to your chats in its latest update. While the new feature was first tested in WhatsApp is the world’ s largest messaging service, with over one billion regular users. Facebook purchased the platform in 2014 for billion (£

Didn’t know that was possible? Turns out it’s not exactly common knowledge — but now that I know how to do it, I can’t stop sending missives using WhatsApp‘s formatting.

ure, you could use the formatting options built into your phone’s keyboard (on both iOS and Android, this is basically done by holding down your finger on the text you want to change), but you know… where’s the fun in that? Whose idea of expedience is it to hold your finger down on a screen all day just to bring up a menu that will probably change at least five words you didn’t meant for it to change? Nobody, that’s who.

So here’s how you can add a little zest to your WhatsApp missives, using some basic formatting:

Use asterisks (*) to embolden a word:

Use underscores (_) to put it on a slant:

Use tildes (~) to strike it (passive aggression at its best):

And use three back-ticks (`) to but a message in monospace and really bamboozle your contacts:

If you already knew how to do this… you’re a god, what can I say? For the rest of us, time to make with the unnecessary italics.

WhatsApp Compliance Under India Review Before Payments Approval.
India is reviewing an audit report on data practices of WhatsApp Inc. to ensure compliance with local rules before permitting a nationwide debut of the Facebook Inc.-owned company’s long-delayed payments service. “We have received the data localization compliance system audit report from WhatsApp, which shall be reviewed in the next few weeks,” a Mumbai-based representative for National Payments Corp. of India said without providing any further details.

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