Social networking company Facebook is preparing to merge all its messaging services in a way. This can be called cross-platform messaging. In this sequence, Facebook is working on cross messaging in Messenger and WhatsApp.
Significantly, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made it clear last year that the company can provide cross platform service. Since WhatsApp, Messenger and Insta are all three of Facebook itself, this is also possible.
According to a report by the portal WABetainfo, which monitors the development of WhatsApp, it is too early to say how it will work. But it looks like a cross chat feature.
According to the report, this kind of code has been found in Facebook Messenger, from which it is being speculated that this will enable messages from WhatsApp to be reset on Messenger. That is, if this is the case, then obviously the message sent on Messenger can also be modified on WhatsApp.
According to a report by WABetainfo, if this feature is implemented, Facebook will also know about the blocked contact of WhatsApp.
The report said that in this situation Facebook will not collect the messages of WhatsApp users, but for this the encryption used in WhatsApp will be installed. However this feature will be optional and you will have the option to select it. Mumikan is that the company can give a button so that you will be able to stop the messages coming from Messenger on WhatsApp, similarly the messages sent from WhatsApp in Messenger will be stopped