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Whatsapp may soon roll out feature that will prevent users from taking snapshots of profile pictures

Popular messaging service WhatsApp is working on a feature which will prevent people from taking screenshots of profile pictures of iOS.

Why WhatsApp banned 80 lakh accounts in March 2024?

New Delhi/IBNS: About 7.9 million accounts have been banned in India from March 1 to 31, 2024, messaging app giant WhatsApp revealed, media reports said.

WhatsApp to allow users rejigging their favourite contact list

New Delhi/IBNS: Meta-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp is planning to launch more Android-specific features to make the app useful and feature-rich for its users.

Meta is planning to develop new high-powered AI model: Reports

Meta Platforms, Inc. is developing a new, more powerful model of artificial intelligence (AI), The Wall Street Journal newspaper reported on Monday, citing sources.

Meta's rival to Twitter drops on app store, expected to launch on July 6

Washington: Meta appears ready to launch Threads, a micro-blogging application designed to rival Twitter, on July 6, according to its App Store listing.

No more typos. Whatsapp now allows users to edit messages

Menlo Park: Messaging service Whatsapp is now allowing users to edit their sent messages, a feature that netizens were wishing to have on the platform for a long time now.

Whatsapp will soon launch a feature that will allow users to 'silence' unknown calls

California: If you are annoyed by repeated spam calls from unknown numbers then there is some good news as the messaging service is currently working to introduce a new feature to silence calls that are bothering them.

WhatsApp's new feature allows users to undo 'delete for me' option

WhatsApp has rolled out a new feature allowing users to restore a deleted message. The undo option will be available when a person chooses “delete for me” instead of  “delete for everyone” while erasing a message in a chat.

WhatsApp launches Communities; features include in-chat polls; 32 people group video calls

Mark Zuckerberg today announced Communities on WhatsApp, which will start rolling out to users globally today and will be available to everyone over the next few months.

How To Create A Personal Brand From Side Hustle?

Side hustle refers to a job that you do to earn some extra bucks in addition to your major source of income or occupation. A side hustle can be used to create a strong personal brand which in turn can help you both in your personal and professional pursuit. Here are a few tips and tricks on how to build your personal brand with a side hustle. It is important to realize that a side hustle is not similar to a part-time job as a side hustle in addition to providing you income also allows you to follow your passion.   

Leading social media services WhatsApp, Facebook, Instagram inaccessible to many users

Bengaluru/IBNS: Top social media platforms like WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter and Facebook are down for several days and outage tracking platforms have also noted rise in outage periods, said media reports.

WhatsApp rolls out 'Dark Mode' for Android and iOS users

New York/IBNS: WhatsApp on Tuesday announced that it has rolled out its popular feature ‘Dark Mode’ for Android and iOS users.

WhatsApp snooping by Israeli company is one-off incident: Global Mobile Economy expert Anindya Ghose

Kolkata/IBNS: Reacting to the recent WhatsApp snooping incident by Israeli cyber intelligence company NSO group, Global Mobile Economy expert Anindya Ghose termed it as a "one-off incident".