Report: Whatsapp Will Allow Users to Hide Last Seen from Specific Users(Especially Creeps)

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If you’re one of those users who love to hide their last seen and always have their read receipts turned off, then here’s good news. As reported by WABetaInfo, Whatsapp is testing a new feature that will allow users to hide last seen from specific users. Anytime soon this feature can come up and will become a life savior for many of us.

Whatsapp has already provided us a lot of useful features. One of them is, that we can hide our last seen from users and also can turn off read receipts so that no one can find out whether you’ve read their text or not. However, these features ain’t enough to lure people in 2021.

The competition in messaging app industry has soared up after the entry of messaging apps like Signal, Telegram, and Clubhouse. Whatsapp has nothing but to provide features that people are asking for ages.

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Akin to the last seen hiding option, this feature will also be available in the setting panel of Whatsapp. However, the feature has been spotted on an iOS device, which suggests that it’ll come on iOS devices before its Android counterpart.

Till then, we can use already available Whatsapp features like the hide last seen option, read receipt turn on/off, profile photo view restriction from unwanted people, and restrict people to view your stories. Whatsapp itself has tons of features already and still developing its arsenal to compete with its rivals.

The app has more than 1.2 billion monthly active users and still counting. But to keep that number growing, Whatsapp has to introduce outstanding features. That could make our lives easy and communication relentless. As we’re living in the 21st century where finding the right substitute for your need isn’t a time taking task, especially in the messaging app industry.

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