There are those from WhatsApp, there are those from Telegram and there are those from WhatsApp but they want to check if Telegram is as good as those who use it. Two very similar applications, but they are different, too switching from WhatsApp to Telegraph can be confusing at the beginning.
If you go from green to the blue messaging app, here we will see what you can do to make the transition more painful the biggest difference you will get when using the Telegraph to chat, after using WhatsApp.
Take your choice from WhatsApp to Telegram
One of the things that can go a long way in converting a messaging app is to start "from scratch" in the Telegraph. It will be very much, though it is for more information you can take from WhatsApp to Telegram. Not much, but little to give a stone.
The most important thing, without a doubt, is contacts. Fortunately, it's probably the least you need to worry about, because both WhatsApp and Telegal Sync your mobile contacts, so you must do nothing, other than complete the configuration wizard and provide the necessary permissions.
Both the Telegraph and WhatsApp are linked by mobile communication, however Not all contacts using WhatsApp will have an account on the Telegraph. Here you can do a little bit about it, unless you invite them to switch back to the Telegraph or, if the idea fails, most likely, continue to use WhatsApp to talk to them.
Both WhatsApp and Telegraph have stickers, although the way they work is very different. There is no magic button for take the WhatsApp stickers in the Telegraph
It will be easier for you find new stickers in the Telegraph to replace those you used on WhatsApp. The Telegraph started earlier on the topic of the tags, so that the packages available are many and varied, either in the application itself or on a special page.
Transfer WhatsApp conversations to the Telegraph technically it is impossibleEven if this is something you consider to be very important, you can search for TLImporter, a tool that is not mixed with anything small enough to efficiently import WhatsApp conversations into the Telegraph.
This application – running on a PC- lets you import a text document (such as a single WhatsApp package) into a Telegraph conversation. It's not as easy as pressing a button And the result is not quite the same as a regular chat, however if you wish to try to transfer your WhatsApp chats to the Telegraph, this is the closest thing you'll ever get.
What’s different about the Telegraph
You have installed and configured the Telegraph properly, now? Maybe as soon as you start using the app you'll see that it's all It's the same but at the same time different from WhatsApp. This is the biggest difference you will face.
Multiple device support
Let's start with the good news. While at present- WhatsApp is only used on one device at a time, the Telegraph is a multi-tool and cross-platform. I mean come in with lots of phones and tablets and respond interchangeably from these devices or another.
These devices can also be connect directly to Telegrams, unlike WhatsApp. In other words, you can use the desktop version of Telegal without having your phone unlocked and plugged in, as in WhatsApp Web.
No need to make backup copies
The difference between the way between WhatsApp and Telegrams is that the latter is cloud-based rather than directly connected between users. That takes that All your conversations are stored in the Telegraph cloud, so you don't have to back up. This way, when you turn your phone on, you will be logged in and will download all your conversations in seconds.
This is completely different from WhatsApp, where you need to be the latest backup on Google Drive before switching mobile. The difference is huge when changing the operating system, because using your Telegraph account on Android and iOS is harmless, while keeping your WhatsApp conversations from iOS to Android is an odyssey.
You can hide your phone number
The only thing that hasn't changed on WhatsApp since its inception is that accounts are closely linked to phone numbers. So, when you talk to someone, in private or in a group, other people may see your phone number. Not so with Telegrams.
Telegraph accounts are linked to phone numbers, but they do not have to be visible to those who communicate with you. From the privacy settings you can choose who can see your phone number?, well-integrated username, which you can use to add people without having to switch over the phone.
No video calls
Not everything is great for The Telegraph. The application does not currently have one no video calls, not a group or person to person. All you can do is voice calls and send video clips.
So, if you often make your video calls directly to WhatsApp, you will lose the option to Telegram. You will have to search another request for your video calls, although this won't be too difficult because there are so many.
Lots of stickers, without having to go through Google Play
Another difference you will get when using the Telegraph is the way stickers work. In the Telegraph you don't need to download stickers on Google Play, though you can add them from the program itself, similar to how they work on Facebook Messenger.
As with WhatsApp, anyone can create Telegal Stickers in a few simple steps and build a sticker pack. The advantage is that here you don't need to publish it on Google Play to share it with other people.
Transfer non-stop, but with sender visible
While WhatsApp has limited the transmission of up to five regular messages and especially infected messages to one conversation at a time, in the Telegraph there is no limit. If you want to send a message to all your contacts, you can (another thing is that they block you when you're too heavy).
Another difference is how these relay messages are displayed. In WhatsApp they are unknown, and in the Telegraph the name is who wrote the original message. This name can link to the profile of the person you posted, if they had configured privacy options.
WhatsApp has just introduced black mode, but otherwise it has a few customization options. The Telegraph is one of its most useful programs, with many articles To change the colors of the entire interface.
The Telegraph has five main bodies, which they they can be customized for different colors main. If this is not enough, you can also create your own theme, carefully selecting the colors of the messages, the background and even around the corners of the chat gun.
No messages are included, but saved
The only thing you should miss on the Telegraph when coming from WhatsApp is the highlighted messages. In the Telegraph, there is no choice to mark certain messages, even though you may know them find something similar to saved messages. Instead of starring, you should relay the messages you want to highlight in your conversation with you.
Saved messages are the same chat with you on steroids, where you can send photos, videos, messages or whatever you want, to have it on all your devices. When you forward messages from other conversations, they appear as a preview and touching them will open the conversation to the place it was sent, such as embedded WhatsApp messages.