This feature will allow WhatsApp users to add a new contact by scanning the QR code of WhatsApp.
- This feature rings the Ring of Instagram’s Nametag feature.
- The chat app will also add the ability to revoke your QR code.
What’s going on within many platforms of WhatsApp. The Chat app is busy updating its sticker pack feature, Google Drive support has been added in it, and now plans to add features such as Instagram’s name tag facility in its app called Share Contact Information through Facebook-owned company QR feature is.
As the name suggests, the feature will allow WhatsApp users to add a new contact by scanning the QR code of WhatsApp’s WhatsApp. This feature rings the Ring of Instagram’s Nametag feature. The Namaste feature allowed users to connect to each other by scanning a unique username.
Whatsapp has a similar scannable feature that makes it easy to connect with other users. Whatsapp’s fan site WABetaInfo shared screenshots to help better understand the feature.
By visiting screenshots, we understand that WhatsApp will generate a unique QR code for each user that they can show each other to connect. Once the chat app scans the QR code, it will automatically detect all related information, fill in the required fields and save that contact in the address book.
You do not have to type anything in order to save the contact. Everything will be done automatically by the app. According to the report, the chat app will also add the ability to cancel your QR code.
Whatsapp has been working differently to improve the Launch Stickers feature recently. This feature allows users to send stickers to their friends in addition to the available GIF and emoji in chat. Stickers are available for both iOS and Android users.
This feature also supports third-party stickers that can be downloaded from the play store or app store. Users can also create stickers from any image using these third-party apps.
Whatsapp has also announced that all chats and data will no longer be counted against your Google Drive storage limit. This means that you can save all your WhatsApp backup files on the drive without having to worry about storage consumption.
In addition, WhatsApp will remove the user’s Whitespace data, which has not been updated in the past year. The last date for the update, as previously announced, was 12 November. Backup files can be created manually and automatically.