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Now Everyone Can Decide Which WhatsApp Groups They Are Added to

[2019-11-06 17:39:09]

WhatsApp has given the ability to control who adds you to a Group to all users, Engadget reported. Previously it had only been available to users in India. Anyone who relies on WhatsApp to communicate with friends, family, and everyone in between knows how easily people can add them to group chats without consent. This is why the Facebook-owned messaging giant in April introduced a feature that allowed some users to stipulate who can add them to a group. Before today, the privacy setting had only been available in India, where the company has been fine-tuning the feature ahead of today’s global rollout. It’s worth noting that with more than 400 million users, India is a big market for WhatsApp, but it is also one that has struggled with the spread of incendiary messages and fake news. WhatsApp has previously tried to address these issues with stricter message-forwarding restrictions.

Now Everyone Can Decide Which WhatsApp Groups They Are Added to

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