An assumption appeared in social media that The WhatsApp It will consider executing a third message seen in the messages read confirmation. The new blue flag detects when the user took a screenshot of the conversation.
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However, the rumor is false. According to the company, there is no intention to enter a new visa upon receipt and confirmation of reading messages on the platform. The blue ticks are just to confirm that the contact has seen a message you sent.
According to rumors, the messenger’s goal will be to ensure more transparency for users and protect the information shared in groups. The new tool will determine who took the screenshot and released the content of the private chat.
Today, when the user disables the read receipt, it is not possible to know whether or not he has read a message. In this case, even if the assumed function is released (already rejected), its true meaning will be deprecated when the contact disables the assertion.
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However, other changes will be made to the messenger, all to improve the user experience. lately , The WhatsApp It included the ability to listen to the audio before sending it and temporary messages that self-destruct hours or days later.
WhatsApp creates a global campaign for the New Year
the The WhatsApp Just launched a global campaign for the new year. According to the messaging platform, many users are using the tool to share their votes for the New Year.
The campaign’s famous phrase is: “It’s not a new year until you get the message you’ve been waiting for.”
The envoy noted that on New Year’s Eve 2020, the platform achieved traffic records, with more than 100 billion messages sent between users. The brand was the largest in more than 10 years of application history.
It is noteworthy that in the same period the platform recorded more than 1.4 billion video and voice calls. In this context, the platform celebrates the busiest day in The WhatsApp.
The campaign content shows some teaser ads from places in different countries, such as a church in Nigeria, and the beaches of Brazil, among others.
The clip was created with the extension BBDOIt will be shown through social networks, videos, radio programs and cinemas in five countries, including Brazil, India, the United Kingdom, Germany and the United States.
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