Arguing and getting angry with a loved one is very common. Unfortunately, it has become commonplace that when this happens, someone sends a message with insults, whether in messaging apps like WhatsApp or by texting, which many in Europe have surely experienced on occasion. In Huawei’s EMUI there is a way to filter these types of messages.
Receiving a message with an insult is never a tasteful dish, it doesn’t feel good to read it. In Huawei there is a integrated system that filters SMS messages that we receive based on its content. So avoid receiving insulting messages, for example. Its configuration is simple.
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Filter offensive messages on Huawei
At Huawei, we have a feature designed to filter or block calls and messages. One of the tools found in this function is that of filter messages based on contentTherefore, if certain words are used, we may prevent this message from reaching us, a notification will not be displayed, and it will go straight to the trash. It is a way to filter certain content in a simple way. The steps we need to follow are:
- Open the Optimizer app.
- Enter the Filter section.
- Click on the cogwheel icon, located at the top right.
- Enter the Keyword Blacklist section.
- Click Add.
- Enter the word you want to block / filter.
- Repeat the process with the words you want to filter.
- Once all have been entered, you can exit this section.
By having a series of established words that you do not want to see, the SMS messages you receive on your Huawei mobile, which contain one of these words, they will filter. These messages will be sent directly to the app’s recycle bin, so they will never appear in the inbox.
If you add new words to said list, messages that contain them will also be filtered. You can modify this list whenever you want on your phone, in order to have a more precise filter according to your personal situation. If at some point you want to remove these filters, that is also possible.
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