WhatsApp has announced that users will soon have the capability to add locations progressively to friends on your contact list, a well-known element obtained from its parent organization Facebook. The component, called Live Location, should be accessible today, and it is coming to both the iOS and Android versions of WhatsApp.
Facebook formally turned off temporary location sharing in Messenger in May, having tried different things in various organizations inside Messenger and the primary Facebook application for a long time. The component in WhatsApp is encoded end-to-end to guarantee user security, and it allows you to control who can see your location.
To access Live Location, one needs to open a chat with a friend or a group. Under “location” in the options next to the chat bar, tap “Share Live Location.” You can choose how long you want to share your location, and afterward hit “Send.” If you need to quit sharing your location before the clock lapses, you can at any time. Also, if different people in your group share their location with each other, it will all be easy to see where everyone is on the map.
WhatsApp has been consistently expanding of late, turning into one of the best news sources in a few nations, and growing it has a user base of a billion people daily. It’s good to see the organization is concentrating on their noteworthy client base and including new features.
Whatsapp has been blocked in countries like China, and it remains to be seen if that country will decide to unblock it sometime in the future. With this new feature added, it might be a little more complicated regarding the policies of different countries.