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WhatsApp will allow you to hide from a specific contact | Digital Trends Spanish

The WhatsApp messaging application is working on some news related to its privacy settings.

According to the specialized portal WABetaInfo, the service will allow us to hide our last connection time from the user (or users) that we choose from our contact list. Currently, WhatsApp allows us to choose between three possibilities: share the last connection time with everyone, only with our contacts or with no one.

In addition to this, WhatsApp will allow us to hide our profile image and the information of the user description from the contacts we want. Keep in mind that, as happens when we deactivate it for everyone, if you activate this option for a specific contact you will not be able to see their information or their profile image either.

The screenshot shared by WABetaInfo tells us that the function is already under development within the beta of the app, but at the moment it is unknown when it will be definitively implemented in the service.

In the coming weeks we also hope that WhatsApp will leave us another interesting news related to the way we interact in chats. It is about reactions, a function that appeared in the testing phase a couple of weeks ago and that will allow you to react to messages as applications such as Instagram, Slack or Facebook Messenger already do.

• When you send a reaction, you can select any emoji.
• Messages can have an infinite amount of reactions, but if you have more than 999 reactions, you will read “999 +”.
• Everyone can see who reacted to a message.

Availability: in a future WhatsApp update on iOS & amp; Android!

& mdash; WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) September 4, 2021

In recent days, images have also been leaked of how the new tool will look in the app and at the moment it seems that we will only have three reactions available: sad, amazed and happy.

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