WhatsApp Internet Assist is likely to be one of the most useful features of the app, which allows customers to stream their own personal and group conversations in a web browser on a desktop or laptop computer. However, one of the benefits of the internet and WhatsApp is the persistent notification the app places on your cell phone. Persistent notification is a great feature to let users know that their account has also been signed in from another device. However, it will always be pinned at the top of your notifications and, even on some Android skins, that could mean not being able to see other important notifications until you lower the notification panel by continuing with a second swipe.
The WhatsApp Internet persistent notification can’t be swiped away both. Nonetheless, you possibly can do away with it in case you don’t want it. Right here is the best way to get away with the WhatsApp Internet persistent notification in just a few simple steps.
- You will first need to enter the WhatsApp application settings also known as the app info page. To do this, you can go to your phone settings and navigate to Apps / WhatsApp. Some user connectors like Xiaomi’s MIUI or OxygenOS with OnePlus will allow you to long-press on WhatsApp from the recent tabs to get directly to the page.
- The next step is in the ‘Notifications’ section. Here you will find several sections and sub-sections. Scroll down until you find the ‘Other notifications’ section, enter it, and turn off the toggle you see at the top of the next page. This should be done strategically. You have now disabled WhatsApp Web persistent notification but will continue to receive chat/voice/video call notifications. If you wish to retrieve a persistent notification in the future, simply return to this settings page and open the toggle from Step 2.
By Vedant Soni
Campus Ambassador, WCSF