How to create Diary in WhatsApp

Tutorial : Despite the new privacy policy of WhatsApp, there are still millions of users of this app. WhatsApp is one of the most important apps. They all know that it is the most used for chatting, video calling. But we are telling you that in addition to all these, WhatsApp is useful in many things. We are telling you about the similar use of this app. We do most of our work from our smartphone only. In such a situation, when we have to note some important things or make a list, we share it on phone notes or WhatsApp. Many times, from office to personal work, we also share on WhatsApp.

How to create Diary in WhatsApp. You can use groups in your WhatsApp diary.

This trick is of great use

We write our important thing or any message and send it to any of our family members or friends on WhatsApp. Doing this can sometimes result in frontal confuse. So today we are telling you the trick of such a big work of WhatsApp which you can use to save your important work or any document. You can also use your WhatsApp like a personal diary or notes. Let's know how to create a personal diary on WhatsApp.

How to create a diary on WhatsApp

First of all go to your WhatsApp and create a new group.

To create a group, click on the three dot in the right side in the top of WhatsApp, here you will get an option to create a new group.

Now while creating a group, add one of your family members or friends.

According to your own name, 'Draft', 'Diary' or some other group name.

After forming a group, there will be only two members, one you and the other you have added.

Now you remove the other member from the group. After doing this, the group will remain and you will be the only member in it.

Now whenever you want to note something, you can message in this group.

By doing this, no one will be able to see your message nor will you disturb anyone with your message.

You can use this group as your personal diary. In this, you can write anything and see it later.

You can also send office or any personal document to this group.

More : Additional Solicitor General Chetan Sharma apprised the government of this opinion by Justice Sanjeev Sachdev, who was hearing a petition filed by a lawyer against the privacy policy brought by WhatsApp. During the hearing, Sharma told the court that Indian users were not given the option to share data with other Facebook companies. At first glance, it seems that WhatsApp is following the policy of 'Accept or not serve' with the users. Used to be.

"The force of WhatsApp forcing users to compromise can have a social impact, affecting the privacy of information and information security," he said. Sharma said that the government is already looking into the matter and WhatsApp has been contacted to get some information. Senior advocate Kapil Sibal, appearing for WhatsApp, told the court that the letter has been received and will be answered. At the same time, the next hearing in this case will be on March 1.