WhatsApp keeps adding new features to the app to make its platform the best it can be. Many times, it is difficult to keep track of the new features. ಕ್ಕ್ನ್ತಿಯೆಪ್ಪ್ಯಾಪ್ ಕ್ಡ್ಯೆ ಲಾಗ್ಕ್ ಕಾಯಾಗಿ ಕಾಗಿಕ್ತಿಕ್ ಕಾರ್ತ್ಯಾ ಲಾಲಿ. आसा हुम कर रहे है है है जूट वाटसयप अच्चा तुर पर एक एक नैये चैट्बोट (Chatbot) की टेस्टिंग कर है है है, जो अपना है बार आप में एक नैया फेक्टर पोडा जाने देखे देखे देगे है ना कामाल का फेक्टार, चलीय जाई है कासी काम करेग ये फेटकरेज अवर कब तक rollout hoga…
Chatbot will help users
According to WABetaInfo, a website that tracks new features of WhatsApp, the official WhatsApp chatbot is currently in the early stages of development. The screenshot shared by the publication shows that there will be a new verified chatbot in the app. With the help of chatbot, users will know about ‘new features’, ‘tips and tricks’ and ‘privacy and safety’.
Chatbot will only be one-way communication
વાત્યાપ પ્પ્ટ્ટ્ટો પ્ર્ટ્ટા કોર્ટ કાન્ટ કોટ્ટી है એક્યા પ્ર્યાન કાટ્ટ્ટા, એપ એસ આસ્સ્ટ્ટ્ટ કા કાવાત This will be a read-only account, so it will always be a one-way communication. Actually, the purpose of the chatbot is to inform users about the latest features of WhatsApp and other details, rather than taking feedback and complaints. If you want to contact WhatsApp, there are other ways including the tipline launched by the company in 2019.
This feature is still in beta
According to the screenshot, all messages sent in the chat will be end-to-end encrypted. However, this does not make any difference because the message will probably be transmitted to multiple users, while the reply will not be supported. If you don’t want messages from WhatsApp chatbot, then you can block your account. This feature is still in beta, so it will only be available to select users who have joined the beta program. WhatsApp has not released any information yet.
Same feature as telegram and signal
The new WhatsApp chatbot is similar to its competitor messaging app, Telegram and Signal. Telegram and Signal both use an official channel on their respective platforms so that users can be informed about new changes and features.
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