WhatsApp could launch feature to silence spam or unknown callers

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The problem of unwanted or spam calls on messaging service WhatsApp may soon be resolved. A feature can be introduced in this app which is used all over the world, through which such calls can be silenced. This messaging service is based on phone numbers and allows a person to call another registered user even if he or she is not saved as a contact in his or her address book.

Those who track new features on WhatsApp WABetaInfo According to the information given by WhatsApp, the new beta version of WhatsApp for Android includes code for a feature that will allow users to silence calls from unknown numbers. However, the new feature is not finalized and is being developed. A screenshot in this regard has also been shared by WABetaInfo in which the silence toggle for unknown callers is visible in the Settings menu. Enabling this toggle will silence calls from phone numbers that are not in the user’s address book.

This feature can be effective in preventing scam and spam calls. Apart from this, users can also get security in such communities where the phone number of their creator is visible. WhatsApp has not given any information regarding this. The development of this feature is visible for Android and it can also be made available for iOS. There may be changes in it before making it available to the users.

Recently WhatsApp had said that it has banned more than 29 lakh accounts in India in January. WhatsApp had said that in addition to responding to and taking action on user complaints, it also uses tools and resources to prevent harmful behavior on its platform. A WhatsApp spokesperson had said, “Whatsapp is at the forefront in preventing harassment in end-to-end encrypted messaging services. To keep users safe on our platform, WhatsApp continuously invests in artificial intelligence and other technologies, data scientists and experts. Is.” WhatsApp received a total of 1,461 reports in January and 195 cases were selected for action. WhatsApp had received 51 reports on account support and more than 1,300 reports on ban appeal.

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