Do you send videos on WhatsApp? This novelty should please you

WhatsApp was available in languages ​​around the world a few weeks ago – all thanks to a change in the privacy policy (see: WhatsApp will share data of ALL users with Facebook). Suddenly, a great migration to new platforms began – Signal and Telegram recorded huge increases in newly registered users. The situation got so hot that Facebook changed its mind and … began to argue that WhatsApp user data is safe, while postponing changes to the Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Despite all the turmoil and loss of users – the communicator is constantly developing. Its creators hope that the situation will normalize and users will return. Or at least those present will have more reasons to stay.

We can’t see your private messages or hear your conversations – Facebook doesn’t have that option either: Neither WhatsApp nor Facebook can read your messages or hear your calls with friends, family and colleagues on WhatsApp. Everything you share stays between you. This is because your private messages are protected with end-to-end encryption. We will never reduce this protection and clearly mark each chat to reassure users of our commitment. Learn more about security on WhatsApp by going to here.

Muting video on WhatsApp has hit the messenger beta

The Mute Videos feature has been added to the latest WhatsApp Beta ( Thanks to it, by sending video material – similarly to in Instagram Reports, we will be able to mute all the sounds accompanying it with one click. This is an ideal option in its simplicity, thanks to which by sending a video to an interlocutor (or to the entire group of interlocutors) who is to present something visually, we can conveniently cut off the sound. All of this from the Edit menu on the upload screen.

A trifle, but it will probably please many users. Though it’s no secret that most are looking forward to supporting multiple devices simultaneously.

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