·Improved privacy options.
·Hide the last viewed option.
·Option to hide delivered messages.
·Option to hide read receipts.
·Hide the last seen option for a specific contact.
·Use a group name of up to 35 characters.
·Use a status of up to 255 characters instead of the traditional 139 characters.
New Fouad Whatsapp feature is being developed to allow multiple support for phones and tablets
Over the past few weeks, we’ve seen many new features being developed by various app companies, and here’s another Fouad WhatsApp feature: the ability to use a single account on another mobile or tablet device.
A new feature under development is the same as the app’s Linked Devices feature, which allows account owners with Android or iOS phones to use a computer as a secondary device. However, it will focus on connecting portable devices such as phones and tablets, making it easier for people who carry multiple devices.
According to images taken from the beta version of the app, the screen displays a section titled “Register Device as a Companion,” which will provide users with a set of instructions on how to connect assistive devices.
From the instructions themselves, the feature can be accessed through the same Linked Devices feature in the app menu or settings. To connect, you need to “point your phone at this screen to scan the code”. This means that users will need to operate both devices they want to link at the same time. Still, the shared screenshots don’t show what the part’s overall interface will look like.
On the other hand, images from Android Police make it clear that the feature will enable message syncing between the original and secondary devices. The screenshots further appear to be taken from the Android beta version of the app, confirming the possibility that the OS will reach the app. However, that doesn’t mean it won’t be available on iOS as its users generated 4.53 million Fouad WhatsApp downloads in Q4 2021.