WhatsApp is reportedly working on integrating Animated Stickers to your chats

12 new features that may change the way you use WhatsApp

12 new features that may change the way you use WhatsApp

In the latest beta version of the app, WhatsApp is reportedly working on integrating Animated Stickers to your chats.

Basically, this means that if you enable fingerprint or face recognition security (you won't be able to launch WhatsApp without scanning your finger or face), screenshots are blocked as well on your device. It also reported that the feature will go live along with biometric authentication.

WhatsApp previewed new features on it latest 2.19.106 beta version on Android which has doodle feature with dedicated UI. In other words, you are the only one restricted from taking screenshots, and not the person you're chatting to.

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WhatsApp is working on a new update that will take away your privilege to screenshot conversations.

For now, the only real goal such a feature would have is blocking malware from capturing your conversations, as others would otherwise find it rather unhandy to set such restrictions on their devices. He says that WhatsApp will introduce the feature in the future updates. The good news about this upcoming new feature is that unlike GIFs, which are played only for a few seconds, animated stickers will always be animated and continue amusing both the sender and the receiver. Android users also get the option to download more stickers from Google Play Store by tapping on the "Get more Stickers" option at the bottom of the list.

The feature is now unavailable as biometric authentication is yet to go live but the new features are expected to make their way to a new version of the app in the coming weeks.

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