WhatsApp is the real deal when it comes to chatting apps, and we all know it. It’s a top-rated app, and more than 2 billion people use it every day. From this fantastic app, we got GBWhatsApp. But if someone wants to take your phone, they could easily make a look at your messages, and there are probably some things that you wouldn’t want people to find out or see. This is why most people keep their phones locked at all times, so people won’t invade their privacy.
In order to save your secrets, we come with a helping hand. You can hide all of the sensitive messages.
But first: what is GBWhatsApp?
GBWhatsApp is a more enhanced and customized mod of the well-known WhatsApp app. It is based on the WhatsApp Plus mod, which was discontinued by the team behind the app after they streamlined WhatsApp.
First of all, you need to download GBWhatsApp. Make sure you get it from a safe source. After the download is complete, install it on your phone and add your phone number, exactly as you’d do with WhatsApp. After verification is complete and the setup is done, it’s time for the hiding process.
So how can I hide messages on GBWhatsApp?
First, you need to go to the conversation that you want to hide, then hold and select it. After you choose it, tap on the three dots that are placed on the right-hand side. An options menu will appear, and you have there a Hide option. The app will ask you to set a pattern. After you do that, you will see that the chat was hidden without a problem.
Now that we figured that out, what if you want to unhide a chat?
First, go to the main screen of the app and tap on the WhatsApp text placed at the top left side. After that, a screen will open, and you will need to enter the lock pattern. Then you’ll see all of your hidden chats. In order to unhide a chat, from the same screen, you will need to tap on the right top side and select the “Mark chat as Visible.”
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