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Users can Restrict Who Can See Their Profile Picture And Last Seen on WhatsApp

WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, has announced the addition of new privacy control options to your privacy settings in order to further safeguard users’ privacy online.

San Francisco: WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, has announced the addition of additional privacy control options to your privacy settings in order to further safeguard users’ privacy online. The firm announced on the microblogging site that users can now choose who from their contact list can see their Profile Photo, About, and Last Seen status.

“We care about the safety and security of you and your messages. The business noted on its FAQ page, “We want you to know about the tools and features we’ve created to help you stay safe while using WhatsApp.”

Users can set their last seen, profile photo, about, and status to the following options, according to WhatsApp. — Everyone: All WhatsApp users will be able to see your last seen, profile photo, about, or status. My Contacts: Only your address book contacts will be able to access your last seen, profile photo, about, or status.

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With the exception of…, my contacts are as follows: Except for those you exclude, your last seen, profile photo, about, or status will be visible to your contacts from your address book.

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Nobody: Nobody will be able to see your last seen, profile photo, about, or status. Be careful what you share, according to the company.

“Before you decide to share something with your WhatsApp contacts, we advise you to think about it.” “Think about whether you want others to view what you’ve sent,” the business advises.

“When you send a chat, photo, video, file, or voice message to someone else on WhatsApp, they will receive a copy of it. If they desire, they will be able to forward or share these messages with others,” it stated.

WhatsApp also features a location function that allows users to share their location in a WhatsApp message, according to the company. Users should only tell those they trust about their whereabouts.

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