WhatsApp beta adds Chat Lock for your most Personal Chats

In the most recent WhatsApp beta, Meta added two new features: the ability to lock conversations on partner cellphones and the ability to make private remarks while sharing a narrative. These capabilities, which were first discovered by WABetainfo, are now present in WhatsApp beta version, giving consumers more security for their chats across all linked devices.

Prior to now, WhatsApp had the option to passcode-lock individual conversations. But up until now, only the primary smartphone could use this feature. Users of Android smartphones running the most recent WhatsApp beta version can now, at last, encrypt conversations by creating a special passcode, even on connected devices.

It's crucial to remember that users must configure the same secret passcode on the primary device and on all companion devices. Furthermore, WhatsApp-locked chats can be secured or unlocked using biometric authentication.

Another helpful feature that will soon be available to WhatsApp users is private mentions. Users can utilise this functionality to tell certain people about their status. As of right now, the most recent iOS WhatsApp beta version supports this feature. The tag is only visible to the person who is referenced in a story; other users cannot see it.

Additionally, WhatsApp is testing a number of new features, one of which is the display of an end-to-end encryption badge. The company recently made a significant change that made it easier to reach most menu options by moving the navigation bar from the top to the bottom. 

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