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What is the blue dot on my contact?

The blue dot on your contact's screen is a reminder that the person has an unread message. It will disappear after you have read the message. If you don't see the blue dot, it means that the person has sent you a new message and it is currently waiting for your reply.

How did the blue dot get there?

The blue dot on your contact may be a result of several factors. It could be that the phone was dropped and the screen shattered, leaving a small piece of glass stuck to the surface of the touchscreen. Or it could be that there is some dirt or debris on the screen that's reflecting blue light. In either case, you can try cleaning off the dot with a cloth or tissue and re-applying pressure to your finger in order to restore normal touch function. If all else fails, you can go into settings and disable notifications for contacts so that you don't see them anymore.

Why is the blue dot there?

There could be a few reasons why you may see a blue dot on your contact's screen. One possibility is that the person has blocked you from contacting them, and their phone is blocking calls from your number. Another reason could be that the person's phone is out of battery, or they're not currently connected to any network. If you still can't figure out what's going on, feel free to reach out to your contacts' support team for help.

Is the blue dot important?

When you first get a new phone, there is usually a blue dot on your contact list. This is called the "default" or "primary" contact. The blue dot indicates that this person is the one who will be contacted first when you want to make a call, send a text message, or connect with them online.

The blue dot can also indicate that this person is important to you and should be given priority when you're trying to reach them. If someone doesn't have a blue dot next to their name, it means they are not your primary contact and should not take priority when you're trying to reach them.

If someone's name has been removed from the contact list, it means they no longer want to be contacted by phone, text message, or online.

Should I remove the blue dot?

There is a blue dot on your contact's screen because they have not responded to your messages in a while. You should remove the blue dot if you still want to communicate with them, but it is also okay to leave it there if you don't think they will respond. It can be hard to know how long someone has been ignoring you, so just keep trying and eventually they will respond.

How do I remove the blue dot?

There could be a few reasons why you may see a blue dot on your contact's screen. The most common reason is that the contact has blocked pop-ups from your computer. If you're having trouble communicating with the person, and you think the blue dot might be causing some of the issue, there are a few things you can do to try and fix it.

The first thing to check is whether or not your computer is blocking pop-ups from this particular contact. To unblock them, go to their profile page, click on "Blocking Pop-Ups," and then uncheck the box next to "From This Computer."

If that doesn't work, you can try contacting them directly through email or social media instead of using their profile page. If they don't respond to either of those methods, it might be worth considering deleting their account altogether.

Will removing the blue dot delete my contact?

There is a blue dot on your contact's screen because you have contacted them more than once in the past 30 days. Removing the blue dot will not delete your contact. You can remove the blue dot by contacting them and selecting "remove from list".

What happens if I ignore the blue dot?

There is a blue dot on your contact's screen when they are unavailable. If you ignore the blue dot, it will eventually disappear and your contact will be available again. When a contact is unavailable, their phone may be in an area where there is no service or they may have turned off their phone for some reason. Additionally, if you're trying to reach someone who is on vacation or out of town, the blue dot may indicate that they are not currently available. Finally, if you've sent a message but haven't received a response yet, the blue dot means that your message was sent but has not yet been received. If you still haven't received a response after several minutes, please check your spam folder and/or contact our customer support team for assistance.

Will the blue dot go away on its own?

There could be a few reasons why you may see a blue dot on your contact's screen. The most common reason is that the contact's phone has run out of battery life and needs to be charged. If you're trying to reach the contact and their phone is off or not connected to any network, then you may also see a blue dot on their screen when they're offline. Finally, if there's an issue with the contact's device (for example, if it's broken), then you might see a blue dot even when the person is online. In all cases, though, it usually goes away on its own after a while.

Is the blue dot a virus?

There could be a number of reasons why you might see a blue dot on your contact's screen. Some viruses can cause this, while other issues could cause the blue dot. Here are some possible explanations:

  1. A virus is trying to take over your phone and will display this kind of message in an attempt to scare you into getting rid of it. If you see this type of message often, it's probably time to take your phone in for service.
  2. There may be an issue with the contacts app itself. Try restarting your phone and clearing out all of the apps that are installed (this includes the contacts app). If that doesn't work, try reinstalling the app from scratch.
  3. Your phone may not have enough space for all of your contacts. You can try deleting some or moving them to another folder on your phone. If that still doesn't work, you may need to upgrade to a newer model or buy a new phone altogether.

Is the blue dot harmful in any way?

The blue dot on your contact lens may be harmless, but it's always best to consult with your eye doctor before wearing contacts. The reason for the blue dot is that some of the material used in manufacturing contact lenses has a small amount of titanium dioxide. Titanium dioxide can cause a blue hue when it comes into contact with oxygen and water vapor in the air. It's usually not harmful, but if you have any concerns about it, you should talk to your doctor.

Do other people have a blue dots on their contacts too?

There could be a few reasons why you may see a blue dot on your contact's photo.

The most common reason is that the person has blocked you from seeing their contact information. If someone blocks you, then you won't be able to view their profile or photos. Blocking is a feature that some people use to protect themselves from spammers or other unwanted contacts.

If someone has removed their photo from their profile, then it's possible that they've deleted their account entirely and there's nothing left for you to see. However, it's also possible that the person just hasn't updated their photo in a while and the blue dot was mistakenly left on their profile.

Another possibility is that the person doesn't have a current phone number associated with their account and therefore the blue dot appears when you try to reach them through email or social media. If this is the case, then it might be helpful to try contacting them through another means such as postal mail or text message.