This is a must know thing for every Whatsapp user

Oct 26, 2018, 20:42 PM IST
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WhatsApp Group Chat is the best way to connect with family and friends who may be miles and miles away. WhatsApp is a great way for you to communicate. Not just individual to individual, WhatsApp makes possible group chat too - a kind of discussion among participants in a single window on mobile phone at the same time. Earlier discussions used to take place when everyone had to be at specific place but technology has now transformed they way it is used. Now, people at distant places may connect - via a lot of communication means such as Whatsapp, Skype, Facebook and Instagram etc - to their nearest and dearest ones. In recent years Whatsapp has significantly contributed in improving its messaging system. People have loved it, but a recent study has a different stance on it. Research by British social media expert Joe Linington reveals the most exasperating things about group chats. 

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WhatsApp: Group chats

WhatsApp: Group chats

According to research, 50% people who were the part of the study accept personal talks between two individuals in the group chat cause irritation while 25% people insisted it to be a cause for depression. Photo: Reuters

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Whatsapp: Messages

Whatsapp: Messages

46% people agreed that it bothers them to see a member deliberately not replying on a message for a long time. Where 37% people dislike those who carry out misleading talk. Photo: Reuters

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WhatsApp: Morning Text

WhatsApp: Morning Text

Late night or early morning texts from members irritates 24% people. 40% people believe that group chat is of no use hence, those who often chat are indulge in meaningless banter. Photo: Reuters

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WhatsApp: Mute option

WhatsApp: Mute option

36% User's contention was that they never were a part of any chats or discussion in a Whatsapp group. However few users admitted that they do not have the courage to leave a group so they keep mute. Photo: Reuters

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WhatsApp: Friends

WhatsApp: Friends

81% users claim that group chat helps them maintaining friendships and make them feel connected to their beloved. Photo: Reuters

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