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WhatsApp rolling out the new Privacy Settings for Desktop Beta



Users are now able to manage who can see their personal information. WhatsApp releasing the new Privacy settings for Desktop beta.


WhatsApp is rolling out the new privacy settings feature for beta testers. Users are now able to use the privacy settings on the Desktop. Recently it has rolled out the new Video Call shortcut in the status update section. You must be using it to stay connected with your friends and others. It is one of the most popular instant messaging social media platforms.

WhatsApp always releases amazing features to enhance the users’ experience. Now it is releasing the new privacy settings. Today I am explaining to you WhatsApp New Privacy Settings. You have to read this post till the end to know more about WhatsApp’s new privacy setting feature.

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WhatsApp rolling out new Privacy Settings

WhatsApp is releasing new privacy settings for desktop users. You are now able to manage your last seen, profile photo, and About. You can choose you see your last seen, profile photo, and about on your Desktop. Users are also able to choose who can add them to the Group. They can select who can add (Everyone, My Contacts, or My Contacts except) them to the Group.

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You can also able to toggle the read receipts privacy option on the Desktop. If you turn off the read receipt then users won’t be able to see you viewed their status update or read their messages. You also won’t be able to see who viewed your status update or users read your messages.


The privacy settings are rolling out for the beta testers and it is available on the Desktop beta 2.2146.5. Specific beta testers are getting this feature on their account. If you have the same beta version and you didn’t get the privacy settings then you have to wait for some time. It will soon roll out the privacy settings for more users.

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