Who is not familiar with the WhatsApp chit-chat application, which currently has 1.5 billion users? Maybe you are one of the users. WhatsApp is now the main tool for communication around the world.
WhatsApp is a communication tool for many people, not only as a text sender but also can send various files from images, videos, audio, documents and even make voice and video calls.
Well, if you as an active user who must communicate with WhatsApp every day, especially have dozens of chat groups that send messages to one another, of course, to be able to access all of that requires a lot of internet quota and is fast.
Fortunately, this messaging application has an alternative feature so that Facebook’s application doesn’t take up a lot of quotas. Here are the steps that you might not know about:
- Enter the WhatsApp application, then tap the dot icon on the top right corner then select the Settings menu (Settings)
- On the settings menu, select the Data and Storage Usage menu
- In the Media Auto-Download section, check the ‘When Using Cellular Data’ menu (When using mobile data). In the section, you can remove all check, this is so that photos, audio, video or files sent via WhatsApp are not automatically downloaded. This is the most important part to save the quota because if it is activated when you have a group chat and is active, of course, all chats in the form of photos and videos will be entered and automatically downloaded so that makes the internet quota even more sucked.
- The final step, please check the Minimum Data Usage (Low Data Usage) option. By checking this option, when you make a voice or video call this feature will suppress data so that it will save your quota.
Hopefully, this tutorial helps you