WhatsApp is releasing a new update for the privacy section to beta Android users. The platform has submitted this update through the Google Play beta program with this update the current version reaches 126.96.36.199. As per available reports, some users may also receive the same feature after installing the previous 188.8.131.52 version.
The Meta-owned app is a popular cross-platform messaging service commonly used by millions of people all around the world. The simple and secure instant Messenger keeps adding new useful features to the app for a better user experience. This new update takes user security one step ahead on the app. Know the details in this article below.
WhatsApp releasing privacy section update
In a previous article released by WABetaInfo, the reading WhatsApp news portal reported about WhatsApp beta for Android 184.108.40.206 update. In this report, the news tracker mentioned the details about some changes made by the platform in the privacy section of the app.
According to the reports the company was planning to move privacy settings from the ‘account’ section to the root position. This would let you open your privacy settings quickly and easily. In this current beta update, the platform is rolling out this change to some select beta testers who install the latest version of the app.
The WhatsApp new portal has also shared a screenshot of this new privacy section update. In the released image you can see that the privacy settings have been moved from the account section to the main WhatsApp settings screen. This will make it easier for you to operate the privacy setup.
The report further mentions that the company may apply the same changes to the latest version of Beta iOS users too. But at present, there is no official announcement regarding it. However, according to the report, the company might announce it later when this new interface will be made available to more iOS beta testers.
As it is clear, the company is rolling out this changed location of privacy settings to users gradually. So those who have installed the previous beta build and the latest beta build can see this feature. Those who still cannot see the privacy settings in the new location will have to wait for a future update of the app.
As more activations are on the line, you can expect to see this change soon in the coming days. For the more latest information on all upcoming new releases and latest developments keep following us.
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