New Feature of WhatsApp To Avoid Fake News And Rumors
There is a new feature coming up in the prompt messaging app, WhatsApp, which can stick to some extent when it is fake news and information sharing. According to a report from WABetainfo, the Whatsapp label is making the feature even better. To let you know that to prevent Fake News, WhatsApp gave the label feature on the forwarded links, i.e. any delivered content would have been written that it has been forwarded.
It is being said that if this feature comes out, then this will be a second big change since WhatsApp launched “forwarded” label for messages. As the name implicates, WhatsApp now adds a label whenever you forward or receive a forwarded message.
The next updated feature coming up is "short link". WhatsApp is working on a new feature for Business users. The instant messaging company will soon allow businesses to shorten the link. The purpose of URL shortener is to allow customers to commence conversation on the platform directly through the link. It looks a lot like a profile ID link which can be copied and shared. The feature is available to select users under the Business Settings.
There is no information about when these two features will be enabled, but it should arrive in future beta updates.
For iOS users, WhatsApp is now rolling out the Short Link feature with Business beta version 18.104.22.168. The feature is already available on both the regular Android and WhatsApp Business for Android apps and is finally being tested on iOS.