What’s new in WhatsApp is a feature with which you can have group or user conversations under lock and key without any problem.
WhatsApp It has an enviable rate of updates and, in fact, over the last few weeks it has launched one of the most important new features of the instant messaging application. Yes, we are talking about the novelty that allows WhatsApp to be used on two devices at the same time and with the same number in both cases.
The Companion mode is already official, this being one of the most sought after and requested modes by users. Of course, this is not the one that interests us in the following lines. And, it is that, WABetaInfo has shown the new thing that WhatsApp has in its hands is a feature with which users can keep their chats locked.
Yes, WhatsApp is working on a novelty that will allow users to block both individual and group chats. groups and use the fingerprint to access them. Finally, WhatsApp seems to have put its batteries at the security level and, now, it will integrate this novelty so that users can rest easy.
The novelty has been leaked in full detail, there is even a photograph that shows its operation. This photograph does not have the best quality, but when it increases, it is clear how WhatsApp will act when integrating this novelty. Let’s see in detail how this feature will be realized.
WhatsApp wants you to feel more secure and will allow you to block conversations
The operation is quite simple, it will only be necessary for users to enter the settings of the conversations they have. It does not matter if it is an individual chat or a group, in the settings it will show a new option which will allow you to block the chat and then unlock it by fingerprint.
When locking the chat it will be necessary to enter the unlock item that has been chosen. In this case, what has been seen is that the blocking will be via fingerprintbeing somewhat strange since when the application launches this functionality for iPhone it will have to adjust this form of blocking to the Apple device that does not have a fingerprint reader.
It is not certain that WhatsApp will launch this novelty on Apple mobile devices, it does not even seem that the feature will reach Android phones. At the moment it is available in the latest beta, so it still has a long way to go to reach the stable version of the Meta application.