Whatsapp: Red icon behind the message? Now you must act immediately
at Whatsapp there are different symbols with different meanings. But not all of them are known to all users.
If at Whatsapp However, if you see a red exclamation mark next to your message, you should do something urgently.
Whatsapp: red exclamation mark? THIS is what you should do now
If you see a red exclamation mark next to a text message from you, don’t panic. However, there is then a need for action on your part. Because the sign symbolizes that your text was not sent.
This is WhatsApp:
- the world’s most popular instant messenger
- Installation runs via the App Store (iPhone) or Google Play (Android)
- If you don’t feel like sending emojis anymore, you can also send stickers or gifs to friends
- In the settings you can set a regular date for a backup – so your data is always backed up
- is part of Mark Zuckerberg’s meta-empire
Then you have to send it again, but manually. To do this, you must first tap on the symbol. A menu will then appear with the option to “Resend message”. Then you press it and Messenger will try to send your message again.
If the message still doesn’t go out, there could be various reasons. Possibly even the whole messenger could be down right now. However, the red exclamation mark should not be confused with the clock.
More about Messenger:
This indicates that the message has not yet been sent, but that Messenger is still working on it. This is the case, for example, if you don’t have internet at the moment, as “Netzwelt” explains. (mbo)
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