WhatsApp feature update: Now WhatsApp web account will not open without PIN

WhatsApp is getting ready to launch a new feature. This feature will only be available to desktop users. Which has been added to WhatsApp’s desktop security. The feature’s name will be two-step verification. You will be able to avoid unauthorized logins thanks to this feature. This feature, however, will be optional.

On mobile, a 6-digit code will be available.

You will be able to enable or disable this feature as you wish, according to the report. If you use a new smartphone to log in to WhatsApp, the app will send a 6-digit code to your registered mobile number. For desktop login, all you have to do now is scan a QR code on WhatsApp Web and your account will be activated. It does not necessitate the use of any type of pin.

On the desktop, WhatsApp chat access will be secure.

According to WABetaInfo, a PIN will now be required to access WhatsApp chats on the desktop for better and more secure access. According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp wants to make it easier to manage two-step verification across the board, so they’re working on bringing it to the web/desktop in a future update. Although it is currently being tested, it is expected to be available for WhatsApp web and desktop users in the near future.

What if the phone is misplaced?

Web/desktop users will be able to enable or disable two-step verification, according to the report. When you lose your phone and can’t remember your PIN, this becomes critical. A reset link can be used to restore the PIN.

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