To communicate with our friends and family, both in Android like in iOS, the most used messaging application is WhatsApp. Through it, we can send texts, photos, videos, voice notes or stickers, however, in the platform’s chats, users also usually share send emoji created from letters like ‘7w7′ or the ‘7u7′, which is widely used for flirting. Which is the reason? Here we tell you.
The ‘7w7′ is one of the oldest emoticons on the web and is also often written by replacing the ‘w’ with a ‘u’ (i.e. like ‘7u7′). It is not strange that many people find it something unknown, since its origin is quite distant from current contexts.
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- 1 The origin of ‘7w7′
- 2 What does ‘7w7′ and ‘7u7′ mean in WhatsApp?
- 3 WhatsApp tricks
- 4 Recover an accidentally deleted conversation
- 5 See the statuses without your contacts knowing
- 6 WhatsApp: this trick allows you to send audios with the Spanish voice of Loquendo
- 7 How to hide the ‘online’?
- 8 WhatsApp: What is the meaning of “UwU”?
- 9 How to activate the ‘dark mode’?
- 10 WhatsApp: how to export your contact list to an Excel document?
- 11 WhatsApp: so you can send giant emojis in your conversations
The origin of ‘7w7′
Like many other expressions created from the combination of numbers and letters, the ‘7w7′ belongs to that first generation of emoticons that were made from the first websites and chat rooms in Japan in the 1990s.
There is no official source that indicates the exact origin of this specific emoticon, but its authorship is usually coined to a fanfiction user, who began using it in his work back in 2005.
Be that as it may, ‘7w7’ has survived all the changes and innovations that have appeared in recent years, including smartphone applications (each with its own set of emoji) and other methods to communicate such as gifs and stickers.
What does ‘7w7′ and ‘7u7′ mean in WhatsApp?
Let us now turn to the meaning. As detailed by many specialized technology portals, the ‘7w7’ is nothing less than a representation of a mischievous face in letter format. If you pay attention to its composition (and use your imagination a bit) you will notice that the numbers ‘7’ can be perceived as a pair of eyes.
The letter ‘w’ (which can also be ‘u’) could in this case represent a grimace made with the mouth indicating tenderness, coquetry or even an embarrassing suggestion. That is why many people use it to try to flirt.
That is why ‘7w7′ is still widely used by many people in WhatsApp and other messaging apps, as well as in social media. Its expression is particular, since it maintains the Japanese/anime style and it is not surprising that it is used by many users who are adept at oriental culture.
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Recover an accidentally deleted conversation
If for some reason you deleted a WhatsApp conversation with very important photos and videos, then you have to know that there is a very simple trick that will allow you to recover them. Next, we are going to show you how.
The secret trick, which few people know about, only works if the WhatsApp user has made a backup of the instant messaging application. If you meet this requirement, feel free to check out this video for more details.
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See the statuses without your contacts knowing
Do you want to see any WhatsApp story without being discovered? In the application there is a simple trick that will allow us to spy on the status of your friends or partner without them knowing and it works for both Android and iPhone.
Very few users know this, but to achieve this it will not be necessary to install any additional application, you just have to enter WhatsApp and then Settings < Account < Privacy. There disable the read receipt.
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WhatsApp: this trick allows you to send audios with the Spanish voice of Loquendo
WhatsApp is a trend in social networks, because, thanks to a curious trick, you can now send audios with the Spanish voice of Loquendo, the mythical computer program that, a few years ago, became fashionable on YouTube. Thousands of netizens used it to create various videos: from makeup tutorials to creepy creepypastas. Do you want to know how to send a message using this sound synthesizer? Here we are going to show you all.
One of the requirements to send this type of audio is to have an Android cell phone. In case you have an iPhone or another device developed by Apple, you will not be able to do it. If you meet this condition, you must enter the Play Store and search for an application called La Voz de Zueira (you can find it at this link). Once installed on your computer, you will have to give it the necessary permissions so that it can function normally.
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How to hide the ‘online’?
Believe it or not, there is a secret WhatsApp trick, that few users know, that allows you to hide the ‘online’ and ‘writing’ from your friends who have you as a contact in the instant messaging application.
If you want to know this fantastic secret WhatsApp trick, which will allow you to be ‘invisible’, then don’t hesitate to check out the following video, which soon became a trend on social networks, especially on YouTube.
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WhatsApp: What is the meaning of “UwU”?
The first thing we must take into account is that it is a combination of letters in order to recreate an expression or facial gesture (in a more basic way) just as a traditional emoji would.
Also, you should know that the correct spelling for this emoji would be “UwU”, but it is also often used as “uwu” or “UWU”; however, the emoticon is so common and understood by social network users that practically any combination of uppercase and lowercase letters alludes to this same facial expression.
Internet Slang, a dictionary of digital slang, defines “uwu” as the way to describe a happy face in the style of anime. That is, depending on the context, “uwu” can convey happiness, joy, tenderness, innocence, hope and affection.
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How to activate the ‘dark mode’?
The ‘dark mode‘ of WhatsApp changes the green color that characterizes the instant messaging application and replaces it with black, this to protect the eyes of users who chat at night with their friends, family, co-workers, etc.
If you want to use the ‘dark mode‘ of WhatsApp, then we recommend applying the following secret trick that has just been shared on YouTube and that thousands of people are already using with very satisfactory results.
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WhatsApp: how to export your contact list to an Excel document?
WhatsApp contacts are very important data for us. Therefore, when we have a problem with the cell phone and lose the phone numbers that we had saved in it, we have big headaches. In this sense, the best option is to be able to handle and manage them outside of the mobile. How to do it? Here we explain it to you.
You should keep in mind that having a phone book on your PC or laptop is very useful, especially in the workplace. For this reason, it is necessary to know the tricks that we can apply to export WhatsApp contacts to an Excel table.
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WhatsApp: so you can send giant emojis in your conversations
Unlike stickers, WhatsApp emojis are smaller and come pre-installed with the instant messaging app. You may not know it, but there is a method that allows you to enlarge them and use them in your chats. Do you want to know?
This secret trick is available to all users, no matter if they have an Android phone or iPhone. If you want to try it to surprise your friends, all you have to do is follow these simple steps: