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WhatsApp launches ‘hidden mode’ that hides your online status

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Hidden mode will live in the privacy settings section, right below the feature that allows you to hide
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WhatsApp is set to launch a “stealth mode” that hides your online status so you can use the app without being seen

  • WhatsApp is working on a new feature that will allow users to go into stealth mode
  • This will allow users to hide their online status while using the app.
  • Hidden Mode will live in the privacy section of Settings, right below the feature that allows you to hide “Last Seen” from other users.

WhatsApp is working on a new “stealth mode” that hides your online status.

This feature will allow users to scroll through the app without the knowledge of their friends or contacts.

“There can be different reasons why people want to use WhatsApp in stealth mode, for example, some users want to use WhatsApp without being disturbed by other people, or they feel like someone is stalking,” says WABetaInfo, which first noticed this function.

Hidden mode will be in the privacy settings section, right below the feature that allows you to hide “Last seen” from other users.

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Hidden mode will live in the privacy settings section, right below the feature that allows you to hide “Last seen” from other users.

WABetaInfo spotted this feature in the iOS beta, but claims it will also be available for Android and PC.

“Unfortunately, this feature is under development, so we don’t know the details of when it will be released to the general public,” WABetaInfo wrote in a blog post.

WhatsApp launched another feature last month that allows users to save their message history when switching from Android to iPhone.

Previously, it was only possible to transfer WhatsApp data when migrating to the Google Android platform from an Apple device.

WABetaInfo spotted this feature in the iOS beta, but claims it will also be available for Android and PC.

WABetaInfo spotted this feature in the iOS beta, but claims it will also be available for Android and PC.

The feature was introduced last year on the WhatsApp chat app, allowing the user to take voice notes, take photos, and have conversations with them if they switch to the Android operating system.

WhatsApp users can now securely transfer app data to iPhone using the “Move To iOS” app available on the App Store.

The Move To iOS feature is already used to toggle other phone data, including contact information, photos, and videos, but has been updated to include WhatsApp data.

WhatsApp said the transfer will be fully encrypted and that it will start rolling out today, but it will take about a week to reach all users.

WhatsApp launched another feature last month that allows users to keep their message history when switching from Android to iPhone.  Move to iOS (pictured) is a free app built into Apple's iOS software that securely transfers data from an Android phone to an iPhone.  iphone,

WhatsApp launched another feature last month that allows users to keep their message history when switching from Android to iPhone. Move to iOS (pictured) is a free app built into Apple’s iOS software that securely transfers data from an Android phone to an iPhone. iphone,

Mark Zuckerberg, chief executive of parent company WhatsApp Meta, said: “We are adding to WhatsApp the ability to securely switch between phones and transfer chat history, photos, videos and voice messages between Android and iPhone while maintaining end-to-end communication. encryption.

“This is the most requested feature.

“Last year we launched the ability to switch from iPhone to Android, and now we have added Android to iPhone.”

iPhone must be new or factory reset in order to pair with Transfer to iOS app and transfer data from Android phone.

Both devices must also be connected to a power source and to the same Wi-Fi network, otherwise the Android device may be connected to the iPhone’s hotspot.

The new iPhone must also use the same phone number as the Android device.

The user will then need to download the Move to iOS app on their Android phone and follow the instructions until a code appears on the iPhone screen.

After entering the code into the application, the user can request the transfer of WhatsApp data stored on the Android device.

Whatsapp is getting more new group features

Reactions – Emoji reactions are coming to WhatsApp so people can quickly share their opinions without flooding chats with new messages.

Remove administrator – Group admins will be able to delete erroneous or problematic messages from all chats.

File Sharing WhatsApp is increasing file sharing to support files up to 2 gigabytes so people can easily collaborate on projects.

Big voice calls – WhatsApp will introduce 32-person one-tap voice calling with a brand new design for when live communication is better than chatting.

Once the transfer is complete, they can download WhatsApp on the new iPhone, and upon opening and signing in, they will be prompted to download their data.

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