How to Find Out who has Blocked you on WhatsApp

Have you ever experienced a scenario when a friend of you blocks you on WhatsApp after a fight? However, usually, you cannot even figure out whether someone has blocked you or not as you can still see their picture in your WhatsApp. However, now there is a WhatsApp Trick that can show you which of your friend has blocked you on WhatsApp. There are some indicators that will conform to you that someone has blocked you.

Here are the clues to check if someone has blocked you on WhatsApp or not:

  • If your friend has blocked you on WhatsApp, you will not be able to see his/her last seen or online on the chat window.
  • You will not be able to see any new update of your friend’s profile if you are blocked by him.
  • If you will send a message to your friend who has blocked you, you will see only one tick mark instead of two which shows that the message is not delivered.
  • If your friend has blocked you and you call him on WhatsApp your call will not go through.

So if you have got all these indicators, it is confirmed that the person has blocked you. As many people were asking the social media giants to launch a feature that shows the people who have blocked you. To this WhatsApp responded that it is not possible as it will compromise user’s security.

WhatsApp said that:

“We have made this intentionally ambiguous in order to protect your privacy when you block someone. Thus, we cannot tell you if you are being blocked by someone else,”

However, if you had a breakup with your girlfriend and you are not sure whether she has blocked you or not replying, you can check these indicators. Moreover, WhatsApp Fingerprint Authentication Feature has been spotted on Android beta app to version 2.19.83. The latest update shows that it comes with a lot of progress. WhatsApp has been working on this feature since a while now. Beta tracker WABetaInfo has shown how the Authentication feature can be enabled in Settings by sharing the screenshots.

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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