Whatsapp fans are lucky as some exciting features will come to the messaging platform.
Below we will mention the features that are foreseen to come, which will change your WhatsApp experience for good.
#1. Sharing status from WhatsApp to Facebook
WhatsApp beta users can now post their WhatsApp status on Facebook Story with just one button. WhatsApp beta is a version of the messaging application that users can download if they want to test the latest updates that the company is judging whether to put it in the normal version or not.
This feature is expected to come to all users around the world within the next few months.
WhatsApp’s status allows you to share text, photo, video and GIFe that disappear after 24 hours. They work in the same way as Stories on Snapchat or Facebook.
#2. Verification by fingerprints
The new feature that will take WhatsApp will increase the security level. It will be initially available on Android, and it can be created through the privacy settings in the app.
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#3. Ordering contacts
It’s easy to miss a chat with WhatsApp, but this new feature will help keep people you like to talk at the top of the app. This will help users avoid losing conversations. The feature will work automatically as the app can recognize the people you interact with.
#4. Dark mode
The WABetaInfo blog focused on WhatsApp recently found that dark mode has appeared in the beta of the app on Android phones. This update is expected to improve user experience and reduce battery consumption.
In Dark Mode, WhatsApp has a dark background and white text.
#5. QR Mode
This feature has already appeared in other messaging applications like Snapchat, and lets you add WhatsApp contacts just by scanning an QR code from their phone. Each user will receive a unique code.
How to get WhatsApp beta?
To download WhatsApp beta for your smartphone you should go to Google Play on your Android and look for WhatsApp.
Sit down until you see “Be a Beta Tester“.
Press the “Accept” button and then click “Join” to confirm.
All you have to do now is wait for the update to the beta of the app.
Downloading WhatsApp beta on iOS is a more difficult and risky process, so I do not recommend it.