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WhatsApp releasing the new My Contacts Except option for iOS specific beta testers

WhatsApp rolling out Custom Privacy settings option for iOS-specific beta testers. Hide your personal details from specific contacts.

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WhatsApp is releasing the new My Contacts Except option for iOS users. You can hide your personal information from specific contacts on WhatsApp. Recently it has rolled out the new Emoji & Sticker feature for specific beta testers on Android. You must be using it to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. It is one of the most popular instant messaging apps.

It always rollout the amazing feature for users to enhance their users’ experience. Now it is releasing the new My Contacts Except feature. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp’s My Contacts Except option for iOS. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

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WhatsApp releasing new My Contacts Except option

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WhatsApp is rolling out the new privacy option My Contacts Except for iOS users. It is releasing the new Privacy option for Profile Photo, Last Seen, About options. You can hide your Profile Photo, Last Seen, About option from specific contact on WhatsApp.

My Contacts Except feature is a custom privacy option that gives you more control to manage who can see your personal information. You can easily exclude any specific contact with whom you don’t want to share your personal details. You don’t need to choose the “Nobody” option to hide your profile photo, About, last seen options.

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This feature is currently rolling out for the specific beta testers. My Contacts Except option is available on the iOS beta version 2.21.230.15. You can update your WhatsApp to get this feature. If you have the same beta version and you didn’t get this feature then wait for some time. It will soon roll out this feature for more users.

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