WhatsApp users can now pressure their points a touch bit more whilst messaging others within the app.
The whatsapp’s maximum recent update now includes the ability to add text formatting, which includes formidable, italics and strikethrough. This indicates users could be capable of stress the fact that their message goes too long unanswered through the usage of italics, or use strikethrough to exchange their thought.
Including these formatting capabilities make WhatsApp more like a computing device word processor, in the end bringing it up to par with other chat apps like Slack and studying the way to master the layout options is simple — all you need to do is recollect the keyboard instructions.
To bold text, the user must add an asterisk (commonly known as the * symbol) before and after the word(s).
Bold Example: What’s for *lunch*?
To use italics, the user puts an underscore before and after the word(s).
Italics Example: _Hello_ Are you there?
To use strikethrough (which crosses out the word or phrase), insert a tilde (the squiggly dash that looks like this ~) before and after the words.
Strikethrough Example: Want to go for ~dinner~ drinks?