WhatsApp will block screenshots and single-view videos;
Despite the ban, the sender of the message that will be the target of the screenshot will not receive any notification;
Temporary messages are still recordable through screenshots.
It looks like WhatsApp will soon implement another function that is considered a “spoiler”. The chat app will now block screenshots on single view photos and videos.
According to the information from the WABetaInfo website, at the moment the novelty is only available to beta testers of the app. According to the post, “Even when using third-party apps, when you try to take a screenshot or record the screen, the message “Cannot capture screen for security reasons” (free subtitles) appears on the screen.”
Despite the ban, the sender of the message that will be the target of the screenshot will not receive any notification. Temporary messages are still recordable through screenshots.
In September, Cielo announced a partnership with Meta Platforms, a company owned by Mark Zuckerberg Owner of Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, to conduct transactions through the company’s instant messaging application.
The joint initiative will allow consumers to make payments in stores and other organizations using WhatsApp. Currently, the messenger is already capable of transferring amounts between people, but now it will also be able to make debit and credit payments.
The new Customer Service Rules (SAC), which went into effect on Monday (3)began by allowing the consumer to cancel any service through a channel in which a contract could be made.
According to the updated rules, if the customer contracts, for example, with the Internet service via WhatsApp from a specific operator, he can also cancel via the chat application. The consumer can also communicate through the available channels regardless of contracting for a service through these means.
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