Mark Zuckerberg introduced a new feature for Facebook’s end-to-end encrypted Messenger chat on Wednesday that will notify users if a snapshot of a vanishing message is taken.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has finally chosen to include this functionality in Messenger chats, according to WABetainfo.com on Twitter.
In the end-to-end encrypted conversations, users may also send GIFs, responses, stickers, and long-press to reply or forward messages.
The encrypted conversations include a verified symbol for people to recognise legitimate and genuine accounts, which increases user safety.
According to the post, this upgrade may be rolled out to WhatsApp, which has a similar feature of disappearing messages.
However, no timetable has been set for the distribution of the next version.