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WhatsApp |  How to put your name in white |  empty name |  Applications |  Smart phones |  Hoax 2022 |  nda |  nnni |  data

WhatsApp | How to put your name in white | empty name | Applications | Smart phones | Hoax 2022 | nda | nnni | data

It is one of the applications that many like to use to be able to chat with all your friends. Not only can you send all kinds of multimedia documents like photos, videos, GIFs, etc., but you can also perform tricks that few know about. Take note.

This is the case of the name in white or the name empty. Every time you are added to a group of , Your family name or what you wrote is visible to everyone. That is why we are going to show you here how to make you invisible.

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How to put your name on WhatsApp blank

  • The first thing will be to enter WhatsApp.
  • There go to settings or configuration.
  • At that moment you should click on your profile picture.
  • There you can edit your name.
  • Now enter this from Unicode.
  • Copy the square icon and paste it into your WhatsApp name.
This way you will be able to write your name in white in WhatsApp in a very easy way. (Photo: mag)
  • You can paste the blank text as many times as you like.
  • When done, click on “Ready” and with that you can have a blank name or a blank name in WhatsApp.
  • Remember that when someone adds you to a WhatsApp group, your name will no longer appear and you will protect your identity and privacy more.

Do you have a problem with WhatsApp? Do you need to report it? If you have any kind of problem, write to their contact email: [email protected] or [email protected] You can also place the same order from your iPhone through the iOS exclusive service.

Now, if you need to make a general query, you can fill out the form with this . There you just need to put your phone number, as well as your area code, then write your message after making your identification.

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