WhatsApp will soon let you set different wallpapers for different chats

WhatsApp Web might soon receive a fingerprint security feature

WhatsApp Web might soon receive a fingerprint security feature

WhatsApp might soon let you log in on WhatsApp Web with only your fingerprint.

According to a WABetaInfo report, WhatsApp has dedicated a team to work on making the entire browser service more secure. While this feature has been spotted in the Android beta version of the app right now, it is certainly expected to be rolled out to iPhone users too.

In its upcoming update, WhatsApp may soon bring the feature of different ringtones for group calls. Now a new beta version has dropped where it seems that the company is focusing on improving the security aspect. Also, the bottom screen in the UI involves five options: info button, audio on/off button, video on/off button, messaging button, camera switching button for switching between front and back. This feature is enabled for the business accounts to have rapid access to their portfolio.

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Upon setting a new wallpaper, the chat messenger will ask you whether you want to set the wallpaper for the current chat or globally (of course, excluding those that already have a custom wallpaper).

WABetainfo first spotted the feature in WhatsApp beta version 2.20.200.11 for Android. How this feature works is similar to the QA code interface WhatsApp now uses to authenticate new desktop sessions, reports The Next Web.

This is what the new login process might look like on your phone. Users can find this new option called Add WhatsApp Doodles on android latest WhatsApp beta version update. As per the report, one would have to open WhatsApp on their smartphones and scan their fingerprint to initiate the web session of their PC.

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