WhatsApp Latest Group Privacy Settings (Who Can Add Me To Groups)
WhatsApp has updated the Group privacy Settings for it's Android and iOS users. This new feature now lets you decide if you can be added to any groups through your phone number by anyone without your permission.
This Group Privacy Settings was spotted in the latest Android and iOS beta of WhatsApp Messenger before getting a newly added feature which lets you make an exception of who can add you to groups. This is similar to the WhatsApp status feature which allows you to prevent some contacts from viewing it.
Other reported features also include the ability to listening to voice messages consecutively on the desktop version and Web version of the app as well.
Back to the Group Privacy Settings, WhatsApp tracker WABetaInfo reports that this new feature is being added in iOS beta version 220.127.116.11 and Android beta version 2.19.298 remotely without any other store updates.
To Access (WhatsApp Privacy Settings), Do This:
1. Open WhatsApp
2. Click on the 3 dots located at the top right.
You will see three options which are Everyone, My Contacts, and My Contacts Except. Now choose any of the option, to assist, I'll explain how they work.
Everyone means that anyone can add you to their group chat, while My Contacts means that only people that have you as a contact and you have them too can add you to group chats, while My Contacts Except allows you to allow your contacts to add you in groups but you have the option to prevent selected ones.
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