How to Know Who Has Read WhatsApp Group Message on iPhone and Android

There are two quick ways through which you can easily find out who has read your WhatsApp group message on iPhone and Android Phones. Head over to find out!

WhatsApp’s read receipt feature – the two blue tick marks—lets you know that your message has been read by the receivers; in individual conversation. But what about group conversation? Well, you have to slightly dig dip to know who has read your WhatsApp group message on iPhone or Android.

At times, WhatsApp users may require knowing if their group message has been read by all or not just in case the message is very important for everyone. If you are unaware of this little trick, here is how you can discover it.

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How to Know Who Has Read Your WhatsApp Group Message on iPhone

Step #1. Launch WhatsApp.

Step #2. Tap on any group.

Step #3. Send a new message to the group, if you want to do a fresh experiment.

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Step #4. Tap and hold on the sent message, a menu will popup then tap on Info.

Tap on Sent Message in WhatsApp on iPhone

Step #5. Now, you will see who has read your message under Read By.

Know Who Has Read Your WhatsApp Group Message on iPhone

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Those who haven’t read your message as yet will be listed under Delivered To.

Note: When you send a message on WhatsApp, it will show:

Clock Icon in WhatsAppClock Icon: Message is being sent.

WhatsApp Message sent successfully but not delliveredOne gray checkmark: WhatsApp Message sent successfully but not delivered.

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WhatsApp Message successfully deliveredTwo gray checkmarks: WhatsApp Message successfully delivered.

WhatsApp Message Read ReceiptTwo blue checkmarks: when the message is read.

That’s it!

There is another way to know who has read the WhatsApp group message on iPhone.

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Step #1. Follow the first three steps as mentioned above.

Step #2. Now swipe from right to left on the sent message (Text, Image or Video).

Who Has Read Your WhatsApp Group Message on iPhone

Step #3. And the same Message Info screen will appear.

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Know Who Has Read Your WhatsApp Group Message on iPhone

Here, you can check who has read your message.

How to Disable Read Receipts in WhatsApp on iPhone

If you no longer want others to find out whether you read their message or not, disable Read Receipts. When you turn it off, you can’t see read receipts from other people as well. Besides, it’s always sent in the group conversation.

Step #1. Open WhatsApp on your iPhone → Tap on the Settings tab at the bottom → Tap on Account.

Tap on Settings then Account in WhatsApp on iPhone

Step #2. Tap on Privacy.

Tap on Privacy in WhatsApp Settings on iPhone

Step #3. Turn off the switch next to Read Receipts.

Disable Read Receipt in WhatsApp on iPhone

Now, let’s check out the way to know who has read your message in WhatsApp group on Android devices.

How to Know Who Has Read Your WhatsApp Group Message on Android

Step #1. Open WhatsApp and Tap on Group.

Step #2. Tap on Hold the Message you just sent.

Step #3. Tap on “i” (information) icon.

Tap on i icon in WhatsApp Group on Android Phone

Step #4. On this screen, you will be able to see the name of the person(s) who has read your message.

Know Who Has Read Your WhatsApp Group Message on Android

Unlike the iPhone, there is no other way like swipe gesture.

How to Turn Off Read Receipts in WhatsApp on iPhone

Step #1. Open WhatsApp and tap on that vertical ellipsis and tap on Settings.

Tap on Settings in WhatsApp on Android Device

Step #2. Tap on Account then Privacy.

Tap on Account then Privacy in WhatsApp on Android Phone

Step #3. Toggle the switch next to Read Receipts.

Turn Off Read Receipt in WhatsApp on Android

Signing Off…

Read Receipts feature has existed for a long time in the stock Messages app for iPhone. The stock message app allows you to enable/disable individual read receipts so that you are able to have needed control over this feature. I wish WhatsApp brought the same functionality to the messaging app to enhance the privacy of users. What do you think of it? Share your valuable feedback in the comments below.

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Jignesh Padhiyarhttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Jignesh Padhiyar is the co-founder of iGeeksBlog.com who has a keen eye for news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around Apple products. During his tight schedule, Jignesh finds some moments of respite to share side-splitting contents on social media.
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