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From dodging awkward messages without the guilt to keeping the adult stuff private, here are the Whats App tips and tricks that will turn you into a messaging master.1.Hide the fact that you're ignoring someone Read Receipts) is a great way to avoid the 'I know you've read it' message rebuttals when opting to ignore someone.

Instead of scrolling back through hundreds of rambling messages, taking a screenshot of the proof that your pal said they'd arrive two hours ago, then cropping it and sending it back – you can now simply quote them.Many users don't like the idea of having their conversations reviewed, even if it's done by software and rarely by Facebook employees. And in its place, long live the more popular, more flexible, more user-friendly – and now entirely free – Whats App.Facebook has added sleuthing to its array of data-mining capabilities, scanning your posts and chats for criminal activity.If the social-networking giant detects suspicious behavior, it flags the content and determines if further steps, such as informing the police, are required.Facebook's software focuses on conversations between members who have a loose relationship on the social network.

For example, if two users aren't friends, only recently became friends, have no mutual friends, interact with each other very little, have a significant age difference, and/or are located far from each other, the tool pays particular attention.

Well, no more - it's time to hit the big red mute button.

In a chat, simply select the name at the top to launch an in-message settings menu.

You're going to have to pre-empt your message deleting misfortunes here a little bit though.

If you've set up daily backup for your favoured chats (see tip #11), Whats App will, in the wee hours of the morning, save that day's messages to the cloud.

Facebook's extensive but little-discussed technology for scanning postings and chats for criminal activity automatically flagged the conversation for employees, who read it and quickly called police.