Sarahah, a small social networking application that has been making waves on the web for the past few months, allows anyone to leave anonymous messages. In this blog post, we will delve into the features of Sarahah’s latest version, 22.214.171.124, and explore what sets it apart.
Upon opening Sarahah, you will be prompted to grant access to your contacts. Once you reach the homepage, which displays your message window, you will find three tabs: Inbox, Favorites, and Sent. The Inbox tab is where you receive messages, and here you have various options. You can delete messages, report inappropriate content, block users, or share messages on other platforms like Messenger. Additionally, you can mark messages as favorites, which can be accessed in the Favorites tab.
The Sent tab, on the other hand, allows you to send messages. Although this feature is currently unavailable in Sarahah, it will be added in future updates. Another noteworthy feature is the search function, which enables you to find other users on the platform. You can directly message them or explore their profiles.
Speaking of profiles, your profile page displays your username and a unique Sarahah link. This link allows anyone to leave you a message by simply clicking on it. The page also shows the number of messages you have received. In the settings, you have the option to modify your account information, such as your name, address, or password. You can also toggle sound notifications, display notifications, email notifications, and choose whether or not to appear in search results or allow users to post messages on your profile. Additionally, Sarahah supports three languages: Arabic, English, and French.
To wrap it up, Sarahah is an intriguing app that offers a platform for anonymous messaging. Its latest version introduces various features and functionalities, with the promise of more to come in future updates. Whether you choose to embrace the anonymity or explore the profiles of others, Sarahah provides a unique social experience. So, why not give it a try and see what messages await you? Have a great day!
(Note: This blog post is based on the subtitles of a French video about Sarahah. The original video content has been transformed into a written format suitable for a blog post.)