The WhatsApp. How to free up storage space

as we know, WhatsApp is one of the most used messaging applications in Latin AmericaHowever, one of the drawbacks is that it takes up too much space in the mobile phone’s internal storage, which makes it a problem for users with limited memory.

Luckily, You can free up several gigabytes of storage space, in a short time and with simple steps.

The first thing that you should do is to check the amount of space occupied by the WhatsApp application on your mobile:

  • Enter the “Settings” of your cell phone
  • Click on the Applications section
  • Search for a WhatsApp app

By entering this section, you will be able to clean the data that the application occupies in the internal memory. However, this is not recommended, as you will lose all the information in the application, leaving the application completely empty, without files or chats.

Free space of WhatsApp

To free up storage space, it is recommended to go into the WhatsApp application and perform the following steps:

  • Open the WhatsApp app
  • Click on the three dots
  • go to settings”
  • Click on “Storage and Data”
  • Go to “Manage Storage”

In this last section, You will be able to check documents that occupy more than 5 megabytes And keep deleting multimedia files that no longer need more space in the internal memory.

Another way to free up space is to delete the data of each conversation, for this, you will have to hold down on each conversation until the multimedia files are deleted, one by one.

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Free up space on the chat screen

Finally, Another way to free up space on WhatsApp is to delete files like photos, videos, and documents from the chat screen. From the app, all you have to do is press the three dots, followed by “Files, Links, and Documents.”

From there, you can select all the files you want to delete, this way, what you delete will be deleted from the cell phone but not from the other person’s conversation.

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