New privacy feature coming in WhatsApp, now no one will be able to take screenshot of your DP

New privacy feature coming in WhatsApp, now no one will be able to take screenshot of your DP

WhatsApp: WhatsApp always keeps working on some new features so that it can provide the best experience to its users. This time WhatsApp has started working on such a feature, which will make the privacy of every WhatsApp user more secure than before and many users were waiting for this WhatsApp feature for a long time. Let us tell you about this feature.

Amazing feature in WhatsApp

Actually, WhatsApp is testing a feature to improve the privacy of its users' profile pictures. After the rollout of this feature, if WhatsApp users put restrictions on their WhatsApp profile picture, then anyone viewing your WhatsApp profile picture will neither be able to download your picture nor take a screenshot of it. style="text-align: justify;">Whatsapp has released a beta update for Android users through version number Some selected users using WhatsApp on Android devices have got the opportunity to use this new feature of WhatsApp. After completing this testing, WhatsApp will start rolling out this special feature in its messaging app for all users. 

Notification will come after taking screenshot

Let us tell you that earlier people who were in contact with users used to save the profile picture of WhatsApp on their phones, but WhatsApp had stopped this feature five years ago. However, users had the option to capture a screenshot of WhatsApp DP.

After the introduction of this new feature of WhatsApp, if any user tries to take a screenshot of your profile picture, a notification will appear on his screen, which will read, "Can't take screenshot due to app restrictions" (can’t take a screenshot due to app restrictions”). 

This new feature of WhatsApp can prove to be a really useful feature for the users. Now it remains to be seen when WhatsApp starts rolling out this special feature.

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