WhatsApp is a popular messaging application that allows users to communicate easily with each other. One of the features that WhatsApp offers is the ability to archive chats, which can help keep conversations organized and clutter-free. However, the question remains – does the other person know if you archive a chat in WhatsApp?
The answer is no. When you archive a chat in WhatsApp, it simply hides the conversation from view and does not notify anyone else in the conversation that it has been archived. The archived conversation can still be accessed by going into your list of archived chats and tapping on it to open it up again.
WhatsApp also has a feature called ‘mute’ which allows you to mute a conversation so that you will no longer receive notifications for incoming messages from that particular chat. This feature does not notify anyone in the conversation that you have muted it, and it will remain muted until you manually unmute it or until someone sends a new message to the group or chat.
In addition to archiving and muting conversations, WhatsApp also allows users to delete conversations completely if they choose to do so. If you delete a conversation, all messages associated with it will be removed from your device as well as any other devices involved in the chat. This means that if someone else was involved in the conversation, they will no longer be able to see any of those messages either.
Overall, archiving chats on WhatsApp does not notify anyone else in the conversation and is simply used as an organizational tool for yourself. Muting conversations also does not notify anyone else in the conversation, while deleting conversations completely removes all associated messages from both ends of the chat.
Conclusion: In conclusion, when a user archives a chat on WhatsApp, nobody else involved will be notified or aware of this action as it is simply an organizational tool used by an individual user alone. Similarly, muting or deleting conversations also do not notify anyone else involved in the conversation either.