WhatsApp crash: transfer your conversations to Signal with these steps – MRT
If WhatsApp or Telegram are having connection problems, or have fallen, then you have a third alternative to continue chatting with all your friends: it’s Signal. Although it is not as popular as the first one, it also allows you to perform all kinds of functions such as chatting, sending photos, videos, GIFs, and even emojis of various types.
Its platform is easy to use and you don’t have to be an expert to be able to chat or make a video call with someone. Like WhatsApp, Signal has a series of buttons that facilitate communication.
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However, if we want to transfer our conversations from WhatsApp to Signal, you will have to perform a series of not-so-complicated steps so that you can continue chatting with your friends, contacts, co-workers or family.
Best of all, you can not only upload your personal chats, but also the photos and videos you’ve sent to groups so you don’t lose track of what you want to say. How do you do? Well, here we are going to provide you with all the steps.
HOW TO TRANSMIT YOUR CONVERSATIONS FROM WHATSAPP TO SIGNAL
The steps aren’t complicated and you don’t have to be a social media expert to do it if you want to use any of these apps. Find out how to transfer your conversations from WhatsApp to Signal:
The first thing to do will be to enter WhatsApp. Then navigate to the individual or group conversation that you want to export. Then press the three buttons in the top corner. In this section, you need to click where it says “Export”.This way you will be able to select all your conversations from WhatsApp to Signal. (Photo: Composition) If it does not appear, open the contact window and below it it says “Export chat”. At this time, WhatsApp will ask you if you want to attach the files or just move the texts. Once done, select Signal as app Now find the contact you want to copy all conversations from and voila, with that you will have your WhatsApp conversations in Signal.
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