Whatsapp To Help You Know How Many Times A Post Has Been Forwarded

WhatsApp is apparently chipping away at two highlights that will help it’s over 1.5 billion clients know how often a message has been sent.

The “Forwarding Info” and “Frequently Forwarded” features are not available yet but WhatsApp is working on these features in its Beta update for Android, said the popular website wabetainfo.com that tracks WhatsApp updates.

“In the 2.19.80 beta update, WhatsApp has begun to deal with another component that will permit (when empowered) to get more information about a message. The component is called Forwarding Info,” said the site.

The element will tell the client how frequently a message has been sent.

“This data is accessible for sent messages just, in light of the fact that the client can explore into Message Info just for messages he sent,” the site included.

A message is regularly sent when it has been sent multiple occasions. Right now, WhatsApp has constrained the advances to a limit of five in India.

WhatsApp included this element in its Beta for Android to enable the clients to comprehend when a message is exceptional “well known” and in the event that it has been sent too often, it may contain inaccurate or spam data.

The alternative will be accessible in Group Settings and no one but executives can see and alter it. At the point when the component is empowered, no one will most likely send a Frequently Forwarded message in the gathering.

A client can duplicate the Frequently Forwarded message and send it as another message however this will moderate the procedure. A message is Frequently Forwarded when it has been sent multiple occasions. At present, WhatsApp has restricted the advances to a limit of five in India.

However, it’s also our responsibility to check the authenticity before forwarding the WhatsApp messages. Stay tuned for further updates on the same.

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