WhatsApp is set to introduce a new security feature that will add a third check – or blue check mark – to the two already present
As it stands now, when you send a message on WhatsApp, the first tick shows that the message has been sent, and the second tick shows that the message has been delivered to the other person.
The ticks will also change from grey to blue after the message or messages have been viewed by the recipient.
Currently, when you send a message on WhatsApp, the first tick shows that the message is on its way, and the second tick indicates that the message has been received by the other person.
The ticks will also change from grey to blue after the message or messages have been viewed by the individual who sent it or them.
This option can always be turned off if you don’t want others to know you’ve read their messages.
Safe to say, many of us have taken a screenshot in a group conversation in the past, whether it was for directions or just a hilarious comment, but Infobae reports that in the not-too-distant future, a third blue check will show on WhatsApp when a screenshot is taken.
The goal is to avoid cyber-attacks and enhance user awareness of the privacy of communications and information shared on the app.
third blue check is added, which WhatsApp has not yet confirmed, it will notify users that a screenshot has been captured, as well as a warning about sharing sensitive information like bank account numbers.
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