“ANTI SMOKING CAMPAIGN BY WHATSAPP”
Sounded weird? Never heard about it on internet earlier?
Well that is because its not there on internet (as much as I am aware).
Let me introduce you to this Co-Incidental Fact. But before going to the Core, let’s travel through Crust and Mantle.
Whenever you would use the EMOJI section of Whatsapp, you would encounter many yellow bald faces. No doubt they are arranged in such a manner that you can find all the inter-related smiles at a place, saving you from going mad in the process of searching the proper emoji from the hundreds of them.
Let me give you some examples to elaborate my point.
1. The LAUGHTER EMOJI are together, POUTS are together and similarly the others.
2. The SNOW SPORTS PLAYERS, BALLS,
3.CARS, CABLE CARS
4. CIGARETTE AND COFFIN
One Another, Emojis with Family Funda
The Smileys with family icons on WhatsApp can be changed into other smileys. All the smileys in the below picture are sent via a single smiley - the first one.
Please scroll down further to know how...
1. choose the below smiley
2. Click on the space just after this smiley - as highlighted below
3. Click Backspace and your previous smiley will turn into this new one:
4. Continue to click backspace to see the rest of the smileys 🙂
Please Note, I am using latest Android and WhatsApp version 2.12.453 and it is working for me. It is also working in Windows phones. I don't know about I phone Users. It is working for both Google keyboard and Swiftkey. People who are facing issue with Swiftkey.
>Tap on family emoji
>Click on the space just after this smiley
>Keep pressing the backspace
>After every long press of backspace, the emoji changes
Whatsapp doesn’t sell ads and hates advertising with a passion.
Jan, its founder, keeps a note on his desk from co-founder Brian Acton that simply reads, “No Ads! No Games! No Gimmicks!” It serves as a daily reminder to focus on their one goal of providing a pure messaging experience to WhatsApp users.
Jan, 37, and Brian, 44, were denied jobs at Twitter and Facebook in 2009.
After leaving Yahoo! back in 2007, Jan and Brian were on the search for jobs which was documented on Brian’s Twitter. Perhaps it all works out for the best that they find themselves getting paid billions by Zuckerberg now rather than having been just some regular employees there.