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WhatsApp: That means single hook, double hook, blue hook

Single hook, double hook, blue hook: there are quite a few WhatsApp characters. Read here what the hooks mean and why a single hook that has been displayed for a long time need not be a cause for concern.

Characters as status indicators for messages

The various ticks behind the messages in WhatsApp can sometimes confuse users. However, all three variants of the sign have very specific functions. They indicate the sending status of the message they are next to.

A gray tick: Your message was sent successfully. It has arrived on the WhatsApp server.

Two gray hooks: The message arrived on the recipient's phone.

Two blue hooks: The message was read or seen by the recipient or by all members of a group.

The blue hooks even reveal when a message was read. More about it here.

The read receipt can be deactivated

There are a few tricks users can use to bypass read receipts. We explain how this works with voice messages here.

Otherwise there is a slider in the data protection settings of the app with which the read receipt can be switched on or off. However, users should keep in mind that if they deactivate the function, they will no longer see whether their own messages have been read. Read receipts are always sent in group chats.

Just a gray WhatsApp tick: what to do?

It can be worrying if only the gray "Sent" checkmark remains next to the message in question for a long period of time. According to the official "WhatsApp" homepage, however, in this case the probability is high that both the smartphone and the version of WhatsApp installed on it will work without any problems.

The single character indicates that the message was sent correctly and is now waiting on the server to be forwarded to the recipient phone. Accordingly, the whole thing has to do with the recipient himself. For example, his phone could be turned off, in airplane mode, or having poor reception.

Is WhatsApp down?

It is also conceivable that the sender was blocked by the receiver. Often there are other clues that you can read here.

There is also the possibility that WhatsApp or the parent company Facebook has a problem. Most of the time, you find out on social media or on news sites when many users are reporting problems with WhatsApp at the same time and the puzzle is quickly solved.