WhatsApp is rolling out the new feature Who can see When I’m online to hide online status. Recently it has rolled out a new Animation feature for a larger orange heart. Now it is releasing the ability to hide online status.
You must be using it to stay connected with your friends and family and it is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp’s new hide online status. You have to read this post till the end to know more about the new Who can see When I’m online.
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WhatsApp rolling out new Who can see When I’m online feature
WhatsApp is releasing a new feature to hide the online status for iOS certain beta testers. It is releasing the new Who can see When I’m online option to hide online status. Users can easily hide their online presence status if they don’t want to show it.
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As you can see in the given image, WhatsApp adds a new feature to hide online status in the Last Seen section. You have to tap on the Settings option and then go to the Account option. After this tap on the Privacy option then go to the Last Seen option and there you will see the new Who can see When I’m Online option.
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If you see the Who can see When I’m online option that means this feature is added to your account. You will see the two options in this feature Everyone and Same as Last Seen. To hide your Online status to only those people who cannot see your last Seen you have to select the Same as Last seen option.
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If you select the nobody can see your “Last Seen” then they won’t be able to see your online status. If you select the My Contacts option for your last seen and same as last seen then your non-contacts people won’t be able to see your online status. The new Who can see When I’m online feature is currently under development but it will soon release this feature.
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