WhatsApp is a fantastic free messaging programme that allows you to send mixed-media messages as well as make audio and video chats over the internet.
You can also get WhatsApp on your computer. It’s quite practical. You don’t have to continually picking up your phone to respond to messages; you can do it all from your computer.
You should use WhatsApp Desktop’s keyboard shortcuts to speed up this process. That’s why we’ve compiled a comprehensive list of all the shortcuts you’ll need to master WhatsApp Desktop.
|Ctrl + N||New chat|
|Ctrl + Shift + N||Create new group chat|
|Tab||Cycle focus/highlighted element|
|Shift + Tab||Emoji button|
|Ctrl + F||Search|
|Ctrl + Shift + [||Previous chat|
|Ctrl + Shift + ]||Next chat|
|Ctrl + E||Archive chat|
|Ctrl + Shift + M||Mute chat|
|Ctrl + P||Open your profile|
|Ctrl + =||Increase font size|
|Ctrl + -||Decrease font size|
|Ctrl + 0||Default font size|
|:Text||Search emojis relating to text|
|Ctrl + A||Highlight your message|
|Ctrl + C||Copy to clipboard|
|Ctrl + V||Paste from clipboard|
|Alt + F4||Close WhatsApp|
WhatsApp Desktop continues to evolve. You can even make voice and video calls with it, using your computer’s microphone and webcam. If you’re looking for a messaging app that effortlessly works across desktop and mobile, then WhatsApp is for you.