WhatsApp mute
WhatsApp mute

You must be using the WhatsApp to stay connected with your friends, colleague, and others. WhatsApp is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. You must be noticed that when your any contact send you the message and you never read those messages. This is because you silenced in WhatsApp. Today I am explaining to you about know who silenced or mute you in WhatsApp. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

Some of you may get confused that silenced or mute means you are blocked. Block and silence or mute are tow different features of WhatsApp. If you block someone on WhatsApp then they are not able to see the profile picture, status update, etc of yours.


If you silence or mute someone that means ignore or avoid notification of messages of that person.  The block is for someone until you unblock that person. The silence or mute is only for a certain time (8 hours, 1 week, or 1 year). The person can see your status and your profile picture.

Someone block you on WhatsApp is easy to knowing or discovering. But it is very difficult to know if someone is silenced you on WhatsApp.

How to discover if you have been silenced on WhatsApp?

There is a way to know if you have been silenced on WhatsApp. Just send a message to that person on WhatsApp. You will notice if the information arrives. If the information not arrives then you will know that it was true that you have been silenced or mute on WhatsApp.

If it is urgent to talk with that person you can simply write the messages to that person through a common group. Write the messages with the @ and that person contact name the same which name you save on your phone and send it to that person. So you can easily know you have been silenced or mute mistakenly or that person had no time to see your messages.

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