Two level verification
Users can further strengthen the security of their WhatsApp data by enabling WhatsApp’s two-step verification feature in their accounts. After activating this feature, you will need a 6-digit passcode to log into your WhatsApp account when the phone is reset or the SIM is changed.
WhatsApp’s privacy settings give users the option of selecting who can add them to WhatsApp groups. The app has three options that allow anyone to add to a group or to a saved contact list and specific contact list.
WhatsApp users can choose which contacts will see their WhatsApp status. The Status Privacy feature is accessible from the app’s settings section, where users can choose to show their status in a specific contact list or restrict it to saved contacts.
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The Last Scene Privacy setting allows users to hide their last one online. Under Settings, they can completely hide their last or set it to My Contacts.
Like other options, WhatsApp users also get the option to hide it completely or limit it to my contacts only.
There are three options under the About section. Users can show it to everyone, hide it completely or limit it to my contacts only.
WhatsApp users on Android can set the Fingerprint Lock, but new iPhone users have the option of using the Face ID or Touch ID in the case of the iPhone’s physical screen button.
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There is no need to type a message in WhatsApp, which can be easily translated to a different language