This feature still seems to be under development for now, but its presence in this new beta means it could see a general release soon.
Automatic chat backups to a supported cloud storage service of your choice is an excellent feature, as it allows you to easily swap phones while retaining your WhatsApp chats.
A QR code can also be revoked if it gets shared with someone whom you don't want to have your number.
We all know that users can share their contacts on Whatsapp.
As with Snapchat, users can even post their WhatsApp QR code over the internet. Well, if you misplace or accidentally share the QR code with someone you didn't want to, then WhatsApp will provide you the option to reset the QR code.
If you swipe left on this screen, you will launch the camera to scan WhatsApp profile QR codes. Whatsapp is also bringing other new features on iOS beta users which were earlier available on Android Beta.
WhatsApp beta for Android can be found in the Google Play Store here. As per WABetaInfo, the account that informs about Wahstapp's Beta updates, you will be able to reset the link an unlimited number of times.
With the QR code, we achieve a bit of confidentiality because no personal data appears with the naked eye. The support for QR codes was recently made available in the iOS beta updates on TestFlight.
The feature is available today for users running the 2.20.171 beta version of WhatsApp on Android. This performance is, nevertheless, restricted to iPhone fashions ranging from iPhone 6S. Users can be requested to make use of a case-sensitive password that they should present at any time when they require the prevailing backups - largely when reinstalling the app.
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