The addition of newer features to the platform is never missed by WhatsApp. It happens when a new ‘FixedSys’ font for iOS and Android users was added, so the company is determined to add the ability to share all kinds of files, public invitations links and QR codes for WhatsApp groups. The newly introduced 70 emojis which is submitted by Unicode Consortium last month will also be added by WhatsApp.
In addition, it is rolled out that two-factor authentication to the popular messaging platform will also be introduced by WhatsApp, especially keeping in view the importance of cyber security. This is said to work through e-mail and you could also be able to change the recovery email using WhatsApp web. NEWS:
WhatsApp will add the two-factor authentication feature! (HIDDEN FEATURE OF ANDROID 2.16.183 BETA) pic.twitter.com/gucgjfjOwz
— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) July 19, 2016
Now, WhatsApp Web users are given the option through which they can change chat backgrounds with solid colours. This feature would soon be there in the app. Nevertheless, in spite of the feature, as was intended to work, the notification system to accommodate not notifications for mentions with the usual WhatsApp text and call notifications is required to be improved. Reportedly, WhatsApp Beta versions code has been dug through by WABetaInfo that mentioned the possibility of these features along with some hidden features.
The hidden section allows you to scan your friend’s code for adding him in your address book. #whatsappbeta @SUP3RGIU pic.twitter.com/H6Sxwzd87J — WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) April 16, 2016
Furthermore, WhatsApp has other hidden functions that include the options to connect to Google, Google Plus, Video calling, and Facebook. Features like the browser to browser link within WhatsApp, Call recorder to record audio calls and also a new profile section with NFC integration to exchange contact details on WhatsApp are codified. However, the chances of these features to enlist features to ensure the availability for public are almost not high.