How to Forward a Message from Messenger to WhatsApp
Sometimes it happens to receive a message on Messenger, maybe a video, a text or a photo, and wanting to share it with another person, who unfortunately does not have this app but rather WhatsApp.
The procedure to follow in order to forward a message from the first app to the second one is very simple. It can be done both by Android or iOS devices and computers. In the latter case the web version of both the apps must be used.
If you do not have any idea of what to do, everything will be explained here step by step.
Forward a text message
In the case that you want to forward a text message, first of all you have to open the app of Messenger and select the conversation from which you want to take the message to forward. So, find the text and hold down on it.
At a certain point some options will appear, such as Copy, Forward and Remove. In this case, in which you have to forward the message from the app of Messenger to that one of WhatsApp, the voice Forward is not the right one. In fact, this option give the possibility to forward a message only within the same application of Messenger and not outside on other apps. So, what you have to do is to press the option Copy. At this point the text will be copied on the memory of your smartphone and you can forward it wherever you want.
Now, in order to forward it on WhatsApp, open the app and find the chat in which you want to forward the message. So, click on this one to open it. At this point make an extended tap where there is the inscription Type a message and click, therefore, on the voice Paste, which will appear on the screen. Once the text has been pasted, send the message making a click on the icon of the paper airplane, which is on the right.
Now you just have to wait for the other person to see it and answer.
Forward a video
Instead, if you want to forward a funny video that you have received, the procedure is very similar to that of the written text. In fact, first of all you have to open the app of Messenger and find the chat where there is the video to share. Once you have found the chat, click on it in order to open it. Then, find the video and make an extended tap on it.
Even here three options will appear, that is to say Copy, Forward and Remove. And also in this case, the voice Forward would forward the video only within the same app of Messenger. In order to forward it on other apps, such as WhatsApp, you have to press on Copy. At this point the link of the video will be saved on your smartphone and you can paste it wherever you want.
In order to forward it on WhatsApp, open the app and find the chat where you want to share the video. So, open it and make an extended tap where there is the inscription Type a message. When the voice Paste will appear, click on it.
Now, the video is ready to be sent to the addressee, hoping he or she will like it as much as you did.
Forward a photo
Eventually, it is also possible to forward photos and images. Obviously, the first thing that you have to do, even here, is to open the app of Messenger and open the chat where there is the photo that you want to share. Once you have found the photo, click on it so that it will open on the app of Facebook, from where it has been sent to you.
Then, when the photo appears, it is possible to share it on WhatsApp making a click on the option Share, which is at the bottom right of the image. At last, click on the voice Send in WhatsApp.
Now, all you have to do is to click on the required chat and confirm the sending of the photo, making a click on the arrow inside of a green dot that will appear at the bottom right of the app.
Instead, if the photo that you have received does not come from Facebook but from the gallery of the smartphone of the person who sent you the image, you have to make an extended tap on it and click on the voice Save Image, so that it will be saved on your phone.
Then, open WhatsApp and open the chat where you want to send the photo. Now, unlike the other procedures above, you have to click on the icon of the attache and search the image on your gallery.
At last, all you have to do is to send the photo and wait for the answer of the other person.
How to Create a Desktop Shortcut to a Website with Chrome
Want to find out how you can save some time whenever you want to visit your favorite websites? If you do, keep reading, because in this article we’re going to show you a very simple and quick hack that will allow to do just that!
The method we’ll be talking about consists in creating a desktop shortcut to a website. This shortcut will function as an app in Chrome, therefore will appear on your desktop as a regular application that uses the logo and the name of the website (although you can change the shortcut’s name at the moment of its creation).
Having a shortcut to a website ready to use on the computer desktop won’t seem like a necessity to most people, but, if you have a weak Internet connection, having to go through all of the steps necessary to access a site can become frustrating, since the process will be very slow. Instead of opening Chrome, entering the website’s name, waiting for the search results to appear and clicking on the one you’re interested in, you’ll be able to access your favorite website immediately with a shortcut. But desktop shortcuts can be beneficial to anyone, since they’ll help you greatly if you’re in a hurry and need to go to a website in as little time as possible.
Add a desktop shortcut to a website in a few easy steps
With that being said, let’s get to the interesting part of the article: let’s find out how to create a desktop shortcut to a website with Chrome!
Note: the shortcut feature works on Windows, Mac and Linux.
What to do beforehand
Before we start, make sure that:
– you’re using the Google Chrome web browser
– you’re signed in to your Google account (the shortcut feature might not work if you’re not)
Follow the steps below to create a shortcut:
– first and foremost, open the Google Chrome app
– search for the website you want to add a shortcut to
– now, click on the menu icon in the right upper corner of the screen (the three dots)
– then select More tools > Create shortcut…
– you’ll be prompted to enter a name for the shortcut, but you can also leave the default name
– if you check the “Open as window” option, the app will open its own individual window
– click Create
– close the Chrome window, and you should be able to see the shortcut/app on your desktop!