You might need to backup all messages if you use WhatsApp. All chats can be backed up to Google Drive. If you choose to uninstall the application, all chats will be available for restoration if the messenger app is installed again. You will need to activate the setting section in order for WhatsApp to automatically backup your data. You should ensure that you have enough space in your Google Drive if you use WhatsApp for long periods.
The service can back up data through Wi-Fi or cellular. Your mobile data will not be interrupted by this option. WhatsApp allows you to export your conversations if you do not want them to be stored on Google Drive. Chats can be exported to Gmail and Telegram. Keep reading to learn how to backup WhatsApp messages and export chats.
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How do you backup WhatsApp messages to Google Drive
First, open WhatsApp. Next, go to Settings. To do this, tap on the icon with three dots in the upper right.
Step 2 Tap Chats> Chat Backup, located at the bottom.
Step 3 The app can be set to back up all chats to Google Drive.
Export WhatsApp Chats
Step 1. Launch WhatsApp from your Android smartphone and open the chat that you wish to export.
Step 2 Click on the three dots button in the upper right corner.
Step 3 Tap On More > Export Chat. The next step is to tap on More > Export chat.
4th Step: Once you have selected it, there are options for where to export your chat.