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Tech Tips: How to quote reply someone in WhatsApp group chat
Jump to navigation. WhatsApp in October this year added a functionality to the app that enables you to reply to a message faster than the usual way of replying on the chat app. But strangely not many of us know about it. We are talking about the swipe to reply functionality that makes it easier to quote reply someone in a group chat. Before explaining what is this functionality, it is important to understand why is it important in first place.
We all have that friend. Okay, then you can def text me back. Lolol thanks for responding. Take your time. Meditate on it.
When a message is replied to in e-mail , Internet forums , or Usenet , the original can often be included, or "quoted", in a variety of different posting styles. The main options are interleaved posting also called inline replying , in which the different parts of the reply follow the relevant parts of the original post , bottom-posting in which the reply follows the quote or top-posting in which the reply precedes the quoted original message. For each of those options, there is also the issue of whether trimming of the original text is allowed, required, or preferred. For a long time the traditional style was to post the answer below as much of the quoted original as was necessary to understand the reply bottom or inline. Many years later, when email became widespread in business communication, it became a widespread practice to reply above the entire original and leave it supposedly untouched below the reply. While each online community differs on which styles are appropriate or acceptable, within some communities the use of the "wrong" method risks being seen as a breach of netiquette , and can provoke vehement response from community regulars.
If you want him to respond, try one of these lines to catch his attention. He's handsome. He's interesting. He's worthwhile. But for some reason, he won't text you back. Why is that?