WhatsApp tests the ability to communicate with others using QR codes
WhatsApp tests the ability to communicate with others using QR codes

In the latest beta, instant WhatsApp has tested the ability to scan QR codes to communicate with others without the need to add contacts.

According to WABetaInfo, which specifically monitors beta functionality for WhatsApp, this new functionality is included in the latest beta versions of Android and iOS and can be accessed via the "Settings" menu. In addition to scanning the code, the user can also access his quick reply number. Other users. The user can also cancel the answered QR code at any time.

This feature doesn't look like much, but it's said to ease the problem of adding contacts, especially since users can't communicate with anyone through WhatsApp unless they add a contact number on the phone. When users are nearby, in person, QR codes are a more convenient way to add people.

The feature is still available in the beta and there is no information as to when it will be released. Anyone who wants to try the job can participate in WhatsApp beta on Android as well as download and install the job manually. The job here is the latest beta of the app.
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