Bright Times News: WhatsApp is bringing new features again. It is known that the popular messaging company has started work for the Avatar category. This feature is reported to have been added in the latest beta version. Just as you can create an avatar on Facebook Messenger, you can now do the same on WhatsApp.
WhatsApp Web is also bringing a special feature to hide yourself during video calls. This feature may be added to the messaging platform through future updates. However, the US company has not yet opened up about the Avatar section on WhatsApp.
According to a report published on the WABetaInfo website, a separate Avatar section is going to be added to WhatsApp through an update soon. WhatsApp has already started rolling out this feature to select customers through the beta update. The following virtual avatars can be created using this feature. which can be shared as stickers.
This feature is currently available in the beta version on Android phones. It is also known that in this separate feature, customers will get an opportunity to hide behind the mask during video calls. WhatsApp has not officially announced this feature yet. It is known that the feature is still in the development stage. There is no specific information about when this feature will reach all customers’ phones.
However, a screenshot of the Avatar section has surfaced on the WABetaInfo website. Below some avatars in the screenshot, you can see the option to create your avatar.
Also, according to recent reports, WhatsApp is bringing the reaction feature in the status after the message. This feature has already reached the beta version. At the same time, the Messaging app is updating the Gallery View for Windows app.
Meanwhile, the company’s CEO Will Cathcart has recently warned customers about WhatsApp. He recently made a tweet regarding this. There have been appeals to users, now a few fake WhatsApp have been launched which similar to WhatsApp. Do not install them in any way. Users can get into big trouble due to fake app installation.
Currently, around 200 crore users worldwide use WhatsApp regularly. And that’s why it’s a favorite platform for fraudsters. Finally, the head of the company opened his mouth to warn the customers.