WhatsApp Beta updates typically add new features or improve existing ones for testers to try out before rolling out to users on the stable channel. The company has also added support for WhatsApp AI stickers, which are generated from prompts in its latest beta version. Android App – This is the first user-facing feature on WhatsApp that uses artificial intelligence. Meanwhile, a beta version of WhatsApp Web has begun rolling out security features to its web interface. It will allow users to prevent unauthorized access to their chats while away from the screen.
According to reports, after updating to WhatsApp beta 18.104.22.168 for Android, a very small number of testers will be able to create and share stickers generated using AI. detail Shared by feature tracker WABetaInfo.The new feature is located in the stickers tab and can be activated by tapping the new feature create button.
The Feature Tracker explains that users trying out the new feature will see a message titled ” Create AI stickers User can enter a hint with text in the field describe your sticker. A sample prompt appears in the middle of the screen with the text “The cat is laughing on a skateboard” along with the resulting sticker. The image shared by WABetaInfo does not show a sample of the generated stickers.
Meanwhile, the popular messaging service introduce New security features in latest WhatsApp Web 2.2333.11 beta. Users running this version will be able to set a password to prevent unauthorized users from accessing WhatsApp Web. Users must remember their password, or log out of WhatsApp Web and log back in if wanting to regain access to the web interface.
This security feature is rolling out to some testers running the latest beta version of WhatsApp Web, the setting to enable passwords can be found under the new settings option WhatsApp settings > privacy. According to the feature tracker, once a passcode is set, users will have to enter it every time they want to access the chat, and no push notification will appear until it is unlocked.
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