WhatsApp seeks its users to be safe, which is why it will now apply face unlock, more commonly known as Face ID and Touch ID in WhatsApp Web.
As mentioned in Somagnews, the messaging app, the sister of Facebook, will soon be asking all WhatsApp users to authenticate via Face ID or Touch ID in the menu that will allow us to add new WhatsApp Web sessions.
This is an additional safeguard that ensures that no one but you can access your WhatsApp account behind your back via a WhatsApp web session, so we are giving you more information about it and how it will work.
As you know, there are many tricks to knowing who you are communicating with, a situation that makes us vulnerable to strangers and above all violates our privacy, which is why WhatsApp Web would now incorporate this new way of unlocking, including face.
Extra protection on WhatsApp Web
Until now, the process to start a new session on WhatsApp Web has been as simple as opening the WhatsApp application options, touching the respective section, touching Add device and scanning the QR code and being in session immediately.
But with the change Facebook is planning for its instant messaging app, after pressing the button to add a new session, we will have to verify via Face ID or Touch ID on our iPhone to proceed. to go.
What is, however, is that WhatsApp is clearly devoting resources to improving the experience of using the app little by little. It is something that can be seen in the small details such as this security extra that will be available soon.
However, if we have an iPhone without Touch ID or Face ID for now, it won’t be possible to use a code, for example, so we won’t see any changes in the app.
While Facebook polishes up its star messaging app Telegram is doing the same with its, in fact in Somagnews we found out how to export all WhatsApp chats to Telegram in order to keep using them when we migrate platforms.