WhatsApp is rolling out a new feature for beta users that lets them adjust certain privacy settings for specific contacts. The settings can also be fine-tuned further to cover other users such as profile photo, “About” section, and “Last Seen” status.
At the moment, these settings only allow you to display them to either everyone, your contacts, or absolutely nobody. The new feature enhances the privacy setting so you can choose to let your contacts have access to these sections of your WhatsApp account but still blacklist certain people.
That being said, the way that the “Last Seen” status works remains the same as per existing policy. Specifically, you won’t be able to see someone else “Last Seen” status when you exclude them from seeing yours.
If you’re a beta user, you can find the new feature in the Settings > Account > Privacy > Last Seen / Profile Photo / About, and you might find a new option called “My Contacts Except…”. It was rolled out for beta Android users a few weeks ago but it’s now also being released for beta iOS users.
WhatsApp has recently also released several major updates that aim to enhance its user experience including WhatsApp Communities while voice notes also gained several useful tools.
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