New QR code support is going to be added to the Android and iOS versions of WhatsApp very soon. The company is offering this feature to iPhone users in the latest beta update.
The feature of the QR code name is that it will be very easy to add new contacts. The Facebook-owned company has not yet given any official information about the new update, but QR Code support has been added to the latest WhatsApp beta version for both Android and iPhone.
Beta users can view the changes and provide feedback before the public release of this feature.
How to get personal QR code
In the settings, you will see the QR code. You click on the QR Code button and on WhatsApp you will get your personal QR code. On opening this section, you will see your QR code which you can share with your new friends so that they can easily add you on WhatsApp.
Everyone uses the scan button, which will open your camera and scan the QR code. This WhatsApp feature is currently available for iOS beta users. If you have the latest 184.108.40.206 update and it is not activated, then there is no need to worry. This feature is currently in process.
Whatsapp has been Working on this for a long time
Whatsapp has been working on this for a long time. Its initial traces were found in November 2018. It seems that WhatsApp is now going to debut this feature with the upcoming beta version 2.20.171 for Android devices.
At the same time, this feature version on iPhone will be included in 220.127.116.11
Other users will also be able to scan QR codes
According to WABetaInfo, this new feature of WhatsApp will be found inside the profile settings, in which users can show their QR code and allow other users to be added to the contact list.
There will also be an option to scan the QR code. Through which the QR code of another user can be easily scanned and added to the contact list.
How to download
Android WhatsApp Beta 2.20.171 can be downloaded directly from the Google Play beta program. Apart from this, iPhone users can download WhatsApp Beta 18.104.22.168 via TestFlight.