Zuckerberg launched a new WhatsApp feature for the extra cautious

The communication application WhatsApp officially has a major new feature that is associated with greater privacy protection. Directly the head of Meta Inc. Mark Zuckerberg announced on social networks that the so-called locked cottages. That is, conversations you can get into only after verification. For example, by reading a fingerprint or entering a code. The news applies to the WhatsApp application for both Android and iOS with immediate effect. But it will probably happen through the update implement in a matter of days.

WhatsApp Messenger

“Thanks to the new locked chats on WhatsApp, they are yours conversations more private. They are hidden in a password protected folder and it does not appear in notifications neither the sender nor the content of the message,” stated Zuckerberg’s new feature. The increased level of privacy will not only consist in direct access to the conversation, but also in the suppression of sensitive notifications.

WhatsApp locked chats notification Zuckerberg preview

There will be space for these locked cottages in the main menu under the top menu (before the expected bottom one comes). If you keep WhatsApp up to date, it should appear for you soon.

How many chats can you lock this way?

Source: Svět Androida by www.svetandroida.cz.

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