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WhatsApp Will Let Users Lock Individual Chat Soon

WhatsApp is without doubt the most used messaging application of the current time. WhatsApp is regularly including several new features in the application such as Meta Avatars and more. The platform is now working on adding a new feature that will allow users to lock desired chats. This will allow users to lock private chats instead of the entire application.

Individual Chat Lock on WhatsApp; How Does It Work?

Users will be able to lock particular chats and groups on the contact or group information screen. A chat that has been locked is moved to that section and can only be accessed with the user’s fingerprint or passcode.

WhatsApp New Feature

Additionally, the function stops media files received in a secured chat from being automatically saved to the device’s gallery, guaranteeing that private images and videos are kept out of the public eye. In addition, if a user tries to view a locked conversation without having been properly authenticated, they will be prompted to clear the chat first.

The technology, which is still under development, will give users who want to keep their conversations private from prying eyes an additional degree of security and privacy.

WhatsApp New Feature

Although there has been no official announcement or release date for WhatsApp, it is likely that the feature will be there in a future edition. With the addition of this functionality, WhatsApp’s security features will now allow users to lock the entire app with biometric authentication.

Voice chat, edit texts, brief video messages, disappearing messages, and other features are just a few of the new features and platform enhancements that WhatsApp is continually introducing. One of the most widely used messaging apps in the world, the platform boasts more than 2 billion users worldwide.

Are you ready to test out the new feature? We sure will update this article after we test out the new feature. Stay Tuned!

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