“Breaking the rules” .. WhatsApp will prevent the “screenshot” in this case

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WhatsApp will allow its users to leave groups without informing the rest of the members, as only group admins will be informed, and users will be able to decide who can see them. "online" or "Is online now".

As for the third feature, which is indicated by Whatsapp that he will launch it soon without setting a specific date, as it is blocking screenshots of messages that are displayed once, that is, those sent through a mode "view once messages".

Features to satisfy users

Abdel Moneim Abdullah, an application and website development specialist, said in an interview with the website "Sky News Arabia"It has become clear that there is an acceleration in the pace of WhatsApp offering new features in order to meet users’ requests, apparently for fear of repeating the scenario that happened with Facebook After the emergence of competing applications such as Tik Tok.

According to Abdullah, the most prominent feature is to prevent users from taking screenshots of photos and videos sent in "view once messages"pointing out that once this feature enters the application, it means that there is "breaking the rules" By the administration of WhatsApp, which has always refused to offer such a feature, but now wanted to assure users that their privacy is more important than its previous rules.

Abdullah adds that WhatsApp has announced that it will teach users how they will benefit from the three features, through an explanatory campaign that it will launch soon.

The feature does not include chats

For his part, the writer who specializes in technology affairs, Alan Al-Qarih, told "Sky News Arabia"Users should be aware that preventing users from taking screenshots only includes photos and videos, which are sent in "view once messages" It does not include written chats, indicating that the mere entry of this feature to WhatsApp means that there is a possibility to expand its role in the future.

An advantage for those under the spotlight

Al-Qarih believes that the most important feature for users will be the ability to specify who can see them "online"and it will make a difference for people who feel that they are under the spotlight and there are those who are watching them every time they enter the application to bombard them with its messages.

He pointed out that the options for this feature vary between preventing everyone from seeing them online or specifying specific contacts to prevent them from doing so, or leaving the situation as it is currently, and thus WhatsApp has once again fulfilled the wishes of its users by offering features that it did not want to offer previously.

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WhatsApp will allow its users to leave groups without informing the rest of the members, as only group admins will be informed, and users will be able to select who can see them “online” or “online”.

As for the third feature, which is indicated by Whatsapp It will release it soon without setting a specific date, as it blocks screenshots of one-time messages, that is, those sent through the “view once messages” mode.

Features to satisfy users

Abdel Moneim Abdullah, an application and website development specialist, said in an interview with Sky News Arabia, that it has become clear that there is an acceleration in the pace of WhatsApp offering new features in order to meet users’ requests, apparently for fear of repeating the scenario that happened with Facebook After the emergence of competing applications such as Tik Tok.

According to Abdullah, the most prominent feature is to prevent users from taking screenshots of photos and videos sent in the “view once messages”, pointing out that once this feature enters the application, it means that there is a “breaking of the rules” by the WhatsApp administration, which has always refused to introduce such a feature. But now it wanted to assure users that their privacy is more important than its previous rules.

Abdullah adds that WhatsApp has announced that it will teach users how they will benefit from the three features, through an explanatory campaign that it will launch soon.

The feature does not include chats

For his part, the writer who specializes in technology affairs, Alan Al-Qarih, told Sky News Arabia that users should be aware that preventing users from taking screenshots includes only photos and videos, sent in the “view once messages” mode and does not include written chats, noting that The mere entry of this feature to WhatsApp means that there is a possibility to expand its role in the future.

An advantage for those under the spotlight

Al-Qarih believes that the most important feature for users will be the ability to specify who can see them “online”, and it will make a difference for people who feel that they are under the light and there are those who monitor them every time they enter the application to bombard them with its messages.

He pointed out that the options for this feature vary between preventing everyone from seeing them online or specifying specific contacts to prevent them from doing so, or leaving the situation as it is currently, and thus WhatsApp has once again fulfilled the wishes of its users by offering features that it did not want to offer previously.

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