Instant Messaging WhatsApp
Yes, the popular instant messaging WhatsApp now limits the forwarding of most forwarded messages in order to prevent the spread of misinformation about Kovid-19. Thus, it is not possible to share a message five times or more. Similarly, there is plenty of features that make forwarding message wireless on WhatsApp.
The coronavirus has now intrigued the entire world, and India is introducing its dark face. So now it’s all about the coronavirus. But fake news is creeping up on social sites. WhatsApp is on the lookout for Corona’s fake news flow.
Break the message forward
Most of the fake/misinformation messages on social networks are shared from one to another. WhatsApp has introduced a new feature to prevent the spread of this type of misinformation. In this feature, the most forwarded message is only allowed to forward only one chat at a time.
No more than five are forwarded
WhatsApp has already introduced the option of forwarding only 5 numbers to prevent more forwarded messages from being shared. WhatsApp claims that this feature prevents more than 25% of fake messages from being shared. Similarly, the new feature is going to work. The message is a double-tick mark and the message is the most forwarded message.
Option to check information
Another new step from WhatsApp to security. WhatsApp has introduced the option of checking the message information, and the option of searching that information on the web to let users know the truth of the message they have received. However, this feature is only available in the beta version of WhatsApp and will be available in the regular version in the near future.