Technical News Office – Millions of people use WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging platform, every day to communicate, but it also has a downside. In fact, use WhatsApp or not, but like any other application, it consumes a lot of internet data. Often people’s internet data gets corrupted due to this issue. This can be very inconvenient, especially for those who don’t use Wi-Fi and depend on limited internet data in daily life. According to a report by UK-based Mediarun Search, real-time messaging, news updates, and apps running in the background consume a lot of internet data. The report also advised users to avoid using data packages. Alerts should be set on the activities to be performed. This includes activities such as limiting media updates, broadcasts, and search browsing. However, some apps may be blocked from using data while actively running in the background. Android and iPhone users can prevent WhatsApp from connecting to the internet and saving their mobile data by disabling certain features.
Step 1: Activate the Settings tab.
Step 2: With data usage option selected, users will be able to see the list of data usage in the background.
Step 3: Select WhatsApp from this list and then continue.
Step 4: Enable Background data usage to disable this feature.

Apart from this, other options can also be used. First go to Settings. Then select the Cellular Data option and move the slider. Select the WhatsApp option to disable this feature. According to reports, a new feature can be seen in WhatsApp. According to this feature, users can also restore deleted messages. When users delete a message from WhatsApp chat, a pop-up window appears at the bottom of the screen. This popup will say “Message Delete” and will be accompanied by a “Cancel” button. This popup will exist for a few seconds and then disappear. If the user selects the Cancel option in the meantime, the deleted message will be recovered. However, if the popup disappears, there will be no way to restore a deleted message. With this feature, users can prevent important messages from being deleted. If users wish to verify that they have access to this feature, they can do so on the Google beta program on Android version 2.22.18.13. However, information on when it will be included in the final version of WhatsApp has not been disclosed.