I have been using WhatsApp for as long as I can remember. The days when you actually had to pay to get the subscription to the app, and then after a few years it became free for everyone. It's safe to say that the platform has come a long, long way, and while it's still not the most feature-rich messaging app out there, it's the simplest and most uncluttered offering, and with time it just keeps getting better and better.
You will soon be able to verify your WhatsApp login using your email for added convenience
Now, new findings are reporting that WhatsApp is working on a feature that will allow you to use your email address for verification purposes. This is just going to add an extra layer of security, so this is definitely a good step.
At the time of writing, the WhatsApp verification process is through the phone number. Although cases of losing your phone number are rare, the possibility is still there and having an email address method is definitely something that will help. The source reveals that the feature is still in development, so it's going to take some time before it finally starts rolling out to everyone.
At the moment, we don't really know how this new WhatsApp verification process is going to work and whether it will eliminate the need for phone numbers altogether. The feature is currently available on WhatsApp beta version v18.104.22.168 on Android and is still under development. This means that it will take time before it finally starts rolling out to the general public and is fully available. Whatever the case may be, we'll make sure to keep you posted as we discover more information about the update actually rolling out.
Over the past couple of months, we've seen a lot of new features come to WhatsApp, including the ability to send messages to unsaved contacts, as well as the ability to send video messages, send higher quality photos, and even work on a feature that will let you create usernames, which will save you the hassle of giving your number to someone since people can search for usernames. Some of the features are already out, while others are being tested and will roll out in the future. Whatever the case, we'll make sure to let you know when more features are rolled out to the app.
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