Muting WhatsApp chats can give you peace of mind when you have the tendency to get a lot of messages. You try to stay on top and answer as many as you can, but for those times when you just want to disconnect, muting is your best bet.
Muting WhatsApp conversation will give you a break you need. Later, when you have some more time on your hands, you can go back to answering all those messages.
How to Mute Individual WhatsApp Chats
To mute any WhatsApp will only take a few steps. You can mute as many conversations as you want, and while you’ll still get the messages, your phone won’t vibrate or make any sounds.
To Mute WhatsApp conversation:
- Open WhatsApp
- Open the chat you want to mute
- Tap on the dots at the top right
- Choose the Mute notifications option
- Choose the amount you want to mute the notifications for
- Tap OK to save your changes
You can also mute group chats following the same steps above. Another way access the mute notifications options is by tapping on group or chat info and toggling on the Mute notifications option.
How to Unmute WhatsApp Chats
When you’ve decided that you’ve had enough time away from your chats, you can unmute the conversation by opening the chat > Options > Unmute. The same steps apply for group chats.
There are times when taking a break from your WhatsApp messages is a must. Remember muting your WhatsApp conversations is not the same thing as blocking someone; you’ll still get the messages. What conversation will you be muting? Let me know in the comments below.