WhatsApp users will now be able to leave the group silently

 

WhatsApp users will now be able to leave the group silently

CALIFORNIA – While the popular messaging app WhatsApp brings convenience to smartphone users, users are also concerned about some of the things related to it, one of which is that all members of the group must be notified when a user leaves the group.

Sometimes you get added to WhatsApp groups of family, friends, or coworkers where you don't like your presence, but you don't leave the group because you're forced to join it, which sometimes feels weird.

This problem is not only with WhatsApp but also with other instant messaging applications. However, this feature will soon be replaced in WhatsApp. WhatsApp is reportedly working on a feature that will allow users to quietly leave groups they don't want to live in.

According to WABetaInfo, this feature is currently under development and will be released in an upcoming update.

With this feature, whenever a user leaves a group, only the admin of that group will be notified and other members will not be notified. In this regard, a screenshot has been released that shows how the note will appear when leaving the group.

Currently, this feature has been seen in the WhatsApp desktop beta, but it is likely to be released in the Android and iOS WhatsApp beta. Many of the WhatsApp are currently in testing and will likely be released in the coming weeks.

WhatsApp users will now be able to leave the group silently

 Yami: Elon Musk, founder of SpaceX and Tesla, has hinted that he wants to buy the microblogging site for less than the agreed amount of 44 44 billion, after the announcement in April to suspend the purchase of Twitter and in May to suspend the purchase.

According to the World News Agency, at a press conference in Miami, USA, Elon Musk hinted that he would buy Twitter at a price lower than the agreed price and said that the reduction in the offer of .20 54.20 per share is not out of the question. Question.

Elon Musk said the offer reduction was based on a number of factors, including the number of fake accounts on Twitter and that he was still waiting for a logical explanation from the company regarding the fake accounts.

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Elon Musk, who is interested in buying Twitter, wondered why the Twitter administration used tricks to reveal the number of fake accounts. This is something very strange.

Elon Musk has hinted that he will buy Twitter for less than the amount offered, following reports from Twitter management that the number of fake or spam accounts is 5% or more.

Following Elon Musk's ever-changing stance on Twitter acquisitions, Twitter management has raised concerns that Elon Musk, the world's richest man, may have changed his mind. If that happens, Elon Musk will have to pay £1bn in bank breach of contract fees.

 

Similarly, under a clause in the Twitter purchase agreement, Twitter can force Tesla's founder to buy the company at a price of 54.20 per share.

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On April 26, Elon Musk announced a deal to buy Twitter for 44 44 billion Objecting to falsification, there was a demand for accurate statistics.

Texas: An engineer has created a device with the help of plain paper, a printer and a layer of metal that can listen to or intercept certain signals from the 6G phone network.

Zanbeel Sheikhanov, an engineer at Rice University, called it a "meta-surface in the middle" that could send high-frequency waves from 6G wireless networks in other directions, also called "pencil beams" in technical terms. He and his team will also demonstrate hacking at a conference on computer and cell phone security in San Antonio.

Another expert, Edward Knightley, said that his device, which can hack free frequencies, is not in use now but will be used in the future. Therefore, it is important to anticipate future security concerns and measures.

Metasurfaces made of paper and metal sheets can rotate part of a 150 GHz pencil beam between two users.

Although 150 GHz wireless network frequencies are not yet in use, they are expected to become commonplace within the next ten years. That's why experts are warning ahead.

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