Utilize the dark mode of Google Chat instead of harming your eyes while chatting in the late at night.
Dark Mode has become a essential part of the technology experience of today. It is a real asset with aesthetic benefits however, more than that, it offers an excellent practical use. The Dark Mode reduces the eye strain that the white light of screens may cause during the late times when light levels are low. It also helps prevent disruptions to your sleep when you stare at a white screen after sunset could cause.
Most of the major Operating Systems have added the feature to their devices. However, the inclusion of this feature within the OS by itself is not enough to provide an optimal experience for users.
The introduction of Dark Mode needs to be implemented at the application or website level. Without this, there are just a handful of websites or apps that you can use it on. Google is quickly expanding its services, including Dark Mode so their users are able to gain. Google Chat is the latest update to the list.
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Enabling Dark Mode in Google Chat on Web (Desktop)
If you are using Google Chat mainly for work-related reasons, you’re making use of it on your personal computer. Let’s begin.
For you to enable Dark Mode in the Google Chat web application (on Desktop), visit chat.google.com using your preferred browser on your Windows or macOS device. If you’re not logged into the account you have created with your Google account, you’ll be required to sign in to the account using your login credentials. After you have signed in, you will be presented with the loading Chat’ screen.
After the Chat has been opened, click the gear icon in the upper right corner of the window. This will open the Chat settings. It will display an overlay window that appears on your screen.
Then, scroll down to find the ‘Theme settings Theme settings’ section of the window overlay. Click on the radio button that is next to the option ‘Dark Mode. Dark mode is going to be activated instantly for you. Then, click the button ‘Done’ to close the Chat settings overlay window.
Using Google Chat in Dark Mode on Mobile Devices
The most convenient way to utilize Dark Mode in Google Chat is to install the application on your smartphone. The iOS and Android applications for Google Chat are compatible with Dark Mode.
There’s no option within the app to turn off or enable dark mode within Google Chat. Google Chat iPhone app, however. If you iPhone is in the dark mode and it will be dark mode, and the Google Chat app won’t be among those apps which are in the light mode. When your phone goes into dark mode it will also open Google Chat will be able to function. Google Chat app will too.
Enabling Dark Mode in Google Chat on iPhone or iPad
To enable Dark Mode for Google Chat on iPhone All you need do is turn on the dark setting on your phone. To turn on Dark Mode on iPhone, swipe left from the edge on the display (iPhone Model X or later) or swipe upwards from the lower part edge of the display (for older models). Control Center will appear on your screen. Control Center will appear on the screen.
Tap the “Dark Mode” icon to activate the mode.
Also, open similarly, open the Quick Settings menu and tap the option to switch to ‘Dark Mode’. Google Chat will also enter the dark theme. To turn it off, switch off the dark mode on your system.
The ability to enable Dark Mode in Google Chat on Android devices
You may also configure Google Chat on a different theme from the default themes on an Android device. It’s just only a few clicks from your side to accomplish this.
Then, open first the Google Chat app from the home screen or in the app library on your Android device.
Then, click to open the hamburger symbol (three vertical lines) located in the upper left corner of the application.
After that, click on the option ‘Settings’ from the menu.
Then, look for the ‘General section’ on the screen ‘Settings’ and click on the theme option. This will display an overlay display that appears on the screen.
Then, tap the radio button that is next to the option ‘Dark’ to activate darkness mode. Dark mode will be activated immediately in the application.
How to Disable Dark Mode in Google Chat
If you’ve got the dark mode turned on within Google Chat and are now stuck because you’re not sure how to disable it Here’s a simple guide to assist you.
Disabling Dark Mode on Google Chat Web (Desktop)
The first step is to visit chat.google.com using your preferred browser on your Windows or macOS device. Sign into your account using your credentials in case you’re not logged into your Google account in the browser. After you have signed in, you will be presented with the loading Chat’ screen.
Then, click the icon ‘gear’ in the upper-right corner of your screen. This will open the menu ‘Chat settings. It will display an overlay window that appears on your screen.
Then, scroll down to find the ‘Theme settings section of the screen overlay. Click on the radio button that is next to the option ‘Light Mode. The light mode will be activated for you right away. Then, click the button ‘Done’ to close the Chat settings overlay window.
Disabling Dark Mode in Google Chat Mobile app (Android)
If you’re using an Android device, open Google Chat. You can access the Google Chat app from the home screen or the app library on your screen.
Then, tap your hamburger symbol (three vertical lines) located in the upper left corner of your screen.
Then, click on the option ‘Settings’ in the menu overlay.
After that, click on the option ‘Theme’ found in the ‘General’ section of the screen ‘Settings. The overlay will appear in a display that appears on the screen.
Then, press the radio button that is next to the “Light” option to activate lighting mode. The changes will be effective immediately.
There could be some debate over whether or whether Dark Mode is better than the Light Mode for all-time usage however, there’s no doubt that when it’s used in the evenings, it definitely offers its advantages. Now, you can effortlessly use it when chatting with your friends in Google Chat, no matter the application.