WhatsApp: what does the white heart emoji mean?

Christina d'souza
Christina d'souza
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WhatsApp has made thousands of emojis available to users to use in their conversations, especially due to the evolution of communication with the arrival of social networks and instant messaging services. Although the vast majority can be interpreted correctly at first glance, there are some that require further explanation. Do you want to know what it really expresses? Here we tell you.

Among the most used emojis by users of WhatsApp and other messaging apps, both on Android and iOS, are the figures of hearts. In total, there are 12 different colours, shapes and designs, which serve to explain something different.

One of the most popular is the white heart emoji which, according to Emojipedia, is used to express love, but not in such a romantic sense as the red heart, but rather has to do with affection between partners or even with life full and satisfying spirit.

However, the white heart emoji is also widely shared on WhatsApp and other social networks to represent peace, harmony, fullness, calm, hope or temperance. In this sense, it is ideal to express the opposite of the black heart, a symbol of mourning for the loss of a loved one.

The popular white heart emoticon was approved as part of Unicode 12.0 in 2019 and added to Emoji 12.0 in 2019. It is also important to know that despite having the same encoding, each platform, be it WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger or Telegram can Vary the layout of each figure to suit your operating system or interface.

Recover an accidentally deleted conversation

If for some reason you deleted a WhatsApp conversation with very important photos and videos, then you have to know that there is a very simple trick that will allow you to recover them. Next, we are going to show you how.

The secret trick, which few people know about, only works if the WhatsApp user has made a backup of the instant messaging application.

WhatsApp: know the reasons why your group could be closed automatically

One of the most important features of WhatsApp is that it allows the creation of groups. The safest thing is that you have one with your family, co-workers, school friends, among other people. Although many think that these chats are permanent, the truth is that the company can close them automatically if it notices that the participants have committed some faults that they consider serious. Here we will detail some of them.

As detailed by Andro4all, a portal specialized in technology, WhatsApp will close the groups that have been reported by a good number of members. This usually happens in chats that are made up of people who do not know each other and who only share a common hobby such as soccer, comics, a series or a movie, among other hobbies. It is enough that some users agree and that group could be suspended forever.

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