The instant messaging app WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, is about to add a new privacy feature that will let users choose who can see when you are online. WhatsApp will also make it harder for other people to see when a user is online. The new feature to hide your online status will be available soon. The WhatsApp development tracker Wabetalnfo said that it is currently available for Android beta users.
WhatsApp has been steadily adding new features and making improvements, like making group chats more useful, giving group administrators more control, and making chats more interactive. Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, announced three new privacy-focused features for WhatsApp to show how much the company cares about its users’ privacy. This August, you will be able to leave group chats quietly, stop screenshots of media that can only be seen once, and hide your online status. We now hear that one of these features is making good progress.
After the WhatsApp update to version 184.108.40.206 on Android, beta testers say they now have privacy options for their online status. In July, iOS worked on this feature, and later that same month, it was checked on Android.
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