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Wednesday, 23 May 2018

Goodbye to stalkeo! WhatsApp will warn when you forward a message



WhatsApp Messenger continues to update with very interesting news, this time related to the privacy of users. From now on, you will be able to know when one of your messages has been resent.

The new feature will be available in the near future in both iOS and Android and Windows Phone . Once you resend a message, a small text will appear with the word "Forwarded" at the top of that message.


This is how the WABetaInfo kids wanted to let us know via Twitter. In their tweet, they mention that this feature was already discovered a few months ago, but WhatsApp has recently changed its user interface.

WHATSAPP FOR ANDROID, IOS AND WINDOWS PHONE: WHEN YOU FORWARD A MESSAGE, TO "FORWARDED" LABEL WILL APPEAR IN THE MESSAGE.

I HAVE PRESENTED THIS FEATURE SOME MONTHS AGO, BUT WA HAS RECENTLY CHANGED THE UI (I LIKE HOW IT LOOKS ON WINDOWS PHONE MORE!)

[* AVAILABLE IN FUTURE *] PIC.TWITTER.COM/JSK3YTZOV3

- WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) May 21, 2018
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Forwarded messages will be visible to all users
The new feature to know when a message is forwarded will be available soon in iOS, Android and Windows Phone. Its operation will be really simple. Each time someone forwards a message, it will be detailed in a small text at the top as "Forwarded . " This small text will be visible to all users of the conversation.

EVERYONE, BUT THE FIRST SENDER NAME WILL NOT APPEAR IN THE MESSAGE.  🙂

- WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) May 21, 2018
However, as we can see in the images shared from WABetaInfo, it will be practically impossible to discover who has forwarded a message (in another conversation) in a chat group and who reads your messages from WhatsApp Messenger.

This functionality is currently available in the beta version of Android , so it will probably take a while to get to iOS and Windows Phone.

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