Telegram is a fast piling of threads and conversations, as with all instant messaging apps. However, you do not have to stare at any open chats on the main screen of the Android and iOS app. Instead, you can archive any conversation you want, while retaining the view of your main chats for your daily communication without having to permanently delete them.
Although the Archived Chats folder is easy to set up, it offers a large number of features to keep your chat view clean. You can archive multiple threads simultaneously and remove them from the archive. You can hide the folder itself on the main screen so that you no longer need to see your archive. and you can ensure that archived threads do not reappear in your chat view when you receive a new message.
Archive Chats Individually
To archive a single conversation, locate the chat on the main "Telegram" screen (Android) or "Chats" screen (iOS). Next, long-wind the long-left mouse over the thread under Android until the uncovered blue "Archive" button turns gray. Let go then. On iOS, you can swipe the thread briefly to the left until the Mute, Delete, and Archive buttons appear. Then tap the "Archive" button. In addition, on iOS, you can drag across the thread for a long time until the Archive button covers the other two buttons, and then release.
. 2 Archiving Multiple Chats Simultaneously
You do not have to swipe over each thread in turn. If you know you need to archive multiple threads, tap on "edit" in iOS on the "Chats" main screen. Under Android, long press on a single chat that you want to archive via the "Telegram" screen. Next, on each operating system, select each thread you want to drop for everyone to review. Finally, tap Archive at the bottom of the screen (iOS) or click the archive icon (Android) at the top.