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Whatsapp to fight Misinformation with their latest feature

Whatsapp is posing as one of the greatest advantage in today’s Instant messaging world wide, and at the same time, they have been reportedly, enhancing various hazardous acts among the app users, silently spreading into the affected country.

Anyways, Whatsapp are bent on tackling this misinformation that has escalated among users and group chat, the company just introduced a new feature called Labeling Forwarded Messages, for now, it is the most secured way of stopping this.

Fighting against Fake news, misinformation on social media’s and instant messaging app, Whatsapp, has been one of the most troublesome and worried acts, bugs that needs to be curb, thankfully, app and software developers keep tackling that till date.

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Being safe on the internet or Whatsapp is a little bit harder, but with the new feature, Labeling Forwarded Messages, Whatsapp will help fight against that misinformation or forwarded distorted messages.

The Whatsapp blog post reads;

This extra context will help make one-on-one and group chats easier to follow. It also helps you determine if your friend or relative wrote the message they sent or if it originally came from someone else. To see this new forwarded label, you need to have the latest supported version of WhatsApp on your phone.

WhatsApp cares deeply about your safety. We encourage you to think before sharing messages that were forwarded. As a reminder, you can report spam or block a contact in one tap and can always reach out to WhatsApp directly for help.

To see this new forwarded label, you need to have the latest supported version of WhatsApp on your phone. But in their biggest and largest market country’s, India and Brazil, Whatsapp is currently aiding and being unsafe and perilous to stay! Staying safe on the internet is an important presentations.

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