What’s up? As part of a privacy update to the messaging app in August, it will allow its users to leave groups without telling other members and control who can see when they’re online. The company announced on Tuesday.
“We will continue to create” new ways to protect your messages and keep them private and secure It’s like a face-to-face meeting,” Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, which owns WhatsApp, said in a statement today.
You can read: This is how the Excel world championship works, with 40,000 million pesos
When a user leaves a group, a notification now appears below the conversation telling other members of the group who has left.
While users can already turn off a feature that lets others know if they’ve read a message, a the user was online and using WhatsApp.
Elon Musk invites Twitter CEO to a public discussion about bots on the platform
‘Mexico did it’: the dreaded cell phone virus that won’t exist