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WhatsApp: How to know the number of messages we have sent and received in the account

WhatsApp: How to know the number of messages we have sent and received in the account

WhatsApp allows users to know their activity in the app, get data and understand how they are used. (Department of Political Affairs)

WhatsApp has functions that only a few users know about, one of which is a tool that allows them to see the number of messages they have sent to their contacts, manage device usage time, and generally understand activity in the app.

This tool, although not new, is little known and can help users measure their engagement with the platform, Many people may spend time working or talking with family or friends.

iOS and Android device users can access this feature. However, the process is very different on each device:

  1. Open the WhatsApp application on your iPhone.
  2. Go to the Settings section within the app.
  3. Under the Storage & Data category, select Data Usage.
  4. Under Data Usage, you can find detailed information about the number of messages you have sent and received on WhatsApp, as well as other relevant data such as bytes sent and received, and incoming and outgoing calls.
WhatsApp allows users to know their activity in the app, get data and understand how they are used. (Reuters)
  • For Android devices:
  1. Open WhatsApp on your Android device.
  2. Click on the three dots in the upper right corner of the screen.
  3. Select the “Settings” option from the drop-down menu.
  4. Under Settings, find the Storage & Data category and select Data Usage.
  5. Here you will be able to see statistics for your messages, including the number of messages sent and received, as well as other relevant data such as the total size of files sent and received.
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Once you have access to your messaging statistics on WhatsApp, it's time to interpret the data and understand what it reveals about your messaging activity. It is important to note that the discrepancy between sent and received messages can vary depending on several factorsSuch as frequency of use, number of groups and chats you participate in, and the nature of your conversations.

Statistics of what users will find to know how many messages they have sent on WhatsApp. (information)

In some tests performed, it has been observed that received messages can quadruple or even significantly exceed sent messages. This may be due to participating in groups with high message volume or receiving broadcast messages.

In addition to the number of messages, it is also important to consider other data that WhatsApp provides, such as the total size of files sent and received, and the total time spent using the app.

This data can provide a more complete view of your app activity and help you make informed decisions about your time and communication habits.

WhatsApp has a tool called WhatsApp Proxy, A feature designed to allow users to access services when there is no Internet connection.

WhatsApp allows users to know their activity in the app, get data and understand how they are used. (AP Photo/Patrick Sisson, File)

For a start, The application recommends to users that they can search for reliable sources that have created a proxy on social networks or search engines. To activate it, you must follow the following steps:

  • Go to “Settings” then “Storage & Data”.
  • Select “Agent”.
  • Click “Set Agent” and enter your address.
  • Select “Save”. If the connection was established successfully, a green check mark will be displayed.
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If the user is still unable to send or receive WhatsApp messages through a proxy, the latter may be blocked. To delete a title, just tap and hold it. Then enter another proxy address and try again.

It should be noted that using a proxy does not affect the level of privacy and security that WhatsApp provides to all users.