WhatsApp, one of the world’s most popular messaging apps, has announced new features aimed at enhancing user experience.
The locked chats feature allows users to add an extra layer of security to their conversations. Users can choose to lock a chat with a fingerprint or face ID, preventing others from accessing their private chats without permission.
WhatsApp is also changing its disappearing messages feature, which previously allowed messages to disappear after seven days. With the new update, users will have the option to choose how long their messages will remain visible before they disappear, ranging from 24 hours to 90 days.
To make it easier for users to find and use stickers, WhatsApp is adding a sticker search feature. Users can now search for a specific sticker or browse through categories to find the perfect one to use in their conversations.
WhatsApp is also introducing QR codes, making it easier for users to add new contacts. By scanning a QR code, users can quickly add a new contact without the need for manual entry.
These new features are set to be rolled out in the coming weeks, and will be available to all WhatsApp users on both iOS and Android, concludes NIX Solutions. With these updates, WhatsApp aims to provide a more secure and streamlined messaging experience for its users.