WhatsApp finally enables ‘Always Mute’ feature

Alonzo Simpson
October 25, 2020

Previously, WhatsApp had an option to mute notifications on specific chats, but the longest mute period was one year.

WhatsApp is gearing up to introduce a series of sleek new features. For those Android devices that support face unlock, though, you couldn't really use this feature. So once you click this, you won't get any new notifications from that particular chat.

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WhatsApp allows users to mute chats forever! In the past couple of weeks, reports have detailed a number of new features that the company has been working on. Now, this new Always option has replaced 1 year and you can mute a chat forever. Capitalizing on this aspect, WhatsApp is preparing to bring in more biometric authentication for users to keep their personal conversations away from prying eyes.

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Both Android and iOS users are set to get his feature.

As you can easily figure out, choosing always means your contact is muted forever until you manually unmute them from the same screen.

Its latest beta version was said to be releasing new security features that will help the users protect their credentials and quickly join calls.

WhatsApp has enabled multiple features like "Always Mute option", a new Storage Usage UI along with accompanying tools as well as new Media Guidelines to its Android beta user base. This featurehas been in the beta for a while now, and it is finally rolling out to the stable version. Meanwhile, you can let us know whether or not you're a fan of unlocking apps using your face down in the comments section. According to a report by Wabetainfo, if you miss a call, you will have the option that you can join it again.

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