Here's how you can read WhatsApp messages in incognito mode

By Sachin

    We always wish that there are better ways to read a message without on WhatsApp without alerting the sender that you've read it. Sneaking around the messaging app in secret really is tricky.

    Here are 4 ways you can read all your WhatsApp messages in incognito mode.

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    Here's how you can read WhatsApp messages in incognito mode

    Go offline

    With no network to connect to, you can open WhatsApp to see all the messages you ignored or even the recipients. Once you're connected back to the net, your read receipts will be sent but there is another way to avoid that too.

    Here's how you can read WhatsApp messages in incognito mode

    Widget it

    Add a widget to your home screen to scroll through all the messages. The widget gives you a look through all the messages in the order they came, without opening the app. If you're part of a group, then the messages may seem all mixed up, so it's better to keep an eye on widget contents.

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    Here's how you can read WhatsApp messages in incognito mode

    No receipts

    Read receipts mean that your friends will get the double blue ticks. Turning it off will leave your friends in the confusion of whether the message has been read or not.

    Here's how you can read WhatsApp messages in incognito mode

    Last seen

    On turning off the read receipts, you can also additionally turn of the last seen for everyone. This can create more panic and confusion in the minds of your friends as they figure out if you're really in an offline zone or if you've lost your phone.

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