WhatsApp developers have updated the Android beta version of the application. This update brought the application an advanced search mode, a new download option, and the encryption of backups in Google Drive. It is not known when the new features will be available.
WhatsApp developers are testing new features they have prepared for the app in on-premises apps and beta versions before putting them into service. WhatsApp developers have now updated the app's Android beta and started testing new features that are likely to come to WhatsApp in the near future.
The new beta version of WhatsApp with the code " 2.20.117 " offers an important feature for consumers. The feature, called advanced search mode , will be extremely life-facilitating for users. Because WhatsApp users can search for audio, photos, files, videos, links, and even GIF files in a chat using this feature.
WhatsApp's advanced search mode feature will look like this
The new Android beta version of WhatsApp does not only include advanced search mode feature. Our followers will remember; In the Android beta version 2.20.73 of WhatsApp, we mentioned that backups of data in Google Drive can be encrypted . This feature had disappeared some time ago. The latest Android beta version of WhatsApp brought this feature back.
Once this feature is running on WhatsApp, users will be able to password protect WhatsApp data in Google Drive . However, this password will be of critical importance to consumers and will not be forgotten, whatever. Because if this password is forgotten, it will not be possible to recover the data.
Looks like this with WhatsApp's Google Drive encryption
Finally, WhatsApp allows you to choose how to download content in its current stable versions. In other words, you may not be able to download the content in the chats you do not want. However, WhatsApp offers a new download option with the latest Android beta version . This option is about whether to download frequently forwarded content. In other words, users will be able to prevent the downloading of content that has been transmitted too much in the future .