The cross-platform instant messaging platform owned by Meta continues to add new capabilities. WhatsApp desktop users now have the opportunity to report statuses that contain vulgar, harmful, or any other form of content that violates WhatsApp policies.
According to Wabetainfo, users with the most recent WhatsApp desktop beta access can now report WhatsApp status, and this functionality will soon be available to all WhatsApp desktop beta users.
When someone reports a WhatsApp status, the WhatsApp team will check into it to see if it is indeed infringing WhatsApp rules by hurting someone’s or a community’s feelings. The feature is also scheduled to be made accessible for both Android and iOS devices in the coming days.
This feature follows the ability to report texts, where WhatsApp will have access to the previous five messages. Please keep in mind that this function does not violate WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption because only those five messages will be shared with WhatsApp, which is likewise end-to-end encrypted.
There is no official word on when this feature will be accessible for stable WhatsApp desktop users. Given that the feature is now available to test users, we can anticipate that it will be available to everyone in early 2023.
If you want to try out this functionality, you may sign up for the WhatsApp beta test program and receive the most recent beta build of WhatsApp desktop. Similarly, you may try all of the most recent WhatsApp beta features on both Android and iOS devices.
WhatsApp, the famous messaging software, has become the latest platform to incorporate avatars. Avatars are customizable animated representations of users that are frequently utilized in social networking profile images or video games.
With the recent update, Meta has globally brought out the WhatsApp Avatar setting, and all users may now create their own avatars. Both iOS and Android users can use the feature. Here’s a guide about WhatsApp Avatars and how to make them.
Avatars are digital graphic representations of people that are frequently based on their real-life traits. Avatars are commonly utilized in video games as well as on social media sites such as Facebook, Reddit, and Snapchat. They can be applied as personalized stickers or to profile photographs.
Avatars are a fun way to digitally represent yourself and provide people the freedom to express themselves freely online.