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You can hide your online status in WhatsApp beta on Android

We’ve known it’s been coming for a while, but it’s now also spotted in WhatsApp beta: the ability to hide your online status. You can now disable people who know you read something and when you were last online, but now you can hide that you are online when you are in beta.

WhatsApp beta

A big advantage for people who like to keep their privacy and don’t like to be seen by others when they use WhatsApp. If you participate in beta From WhatsApp and version 2.22.16.12 on your phone, you can try something like that. WhatsApp previously made it possible to show the “last seen” status of certain people in your address book, but now your online activity has been added to that, something that people who don’t do blue checks will appreciate.

You will soon be able to use WhatsApp without anyone seeing that you are doing it. Although you can still see that someone is writing. The additional connection status can now be completely hidden. The cool thing for Android fans is that iOS users were earlier thought with the new option, but instead it will debut this weekend in Android beta.

Hide online status

people of WABetaInfo Discover the new job. If you’re on the beta, you can see that you can adjust things in Settings > Account > Privacy > Last Seen and online. Specifically, it’s under the “Who can see my last seen” status. Here you can set who can see that you are online and who is not. If some people see it, it’s now editable. You can select Everyone, Nobody, Contacts Only and “Contacts Only, Except…”. Perfect for more privacy, eg from a nosy manager.

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Once you can, will you hide your online status? Leave in the comments to this article what you choose and why. If you want of course.