WhatsApp has been working on this feature for quite some time, but it may not be available to all iOS WhatsApp users with an updated app.
WaBetaInfo notes that the feature is still under development and needs to get improvements before it is enabled for everyone. So if you don't see the feature in the latest version of WhatsApp for iOS, be patient and wait for the next update. This update follows the beta rollout of the 'Suspicious Link Detection' feature which enables users to detect harmful links sent and received on
WhatsApp to eventually make the platform more secure. When you receive a message that contains a link, WhatsApp will analyse the link in order to detect if it may redirect to a fake or alternative website. The rollout followed multiple incidents of lynching in India fuelled by fake WhatsApp messages. This feature was rolled out to Android testers only and is not available for iOS as of now. The Facebook-owned platform is testing other groups- and WhatsApp media-related features as well. Cover Image
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