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Admin Permission Required to Send Message to WhatsApp group

Admin Permission Required to Send Message to WhatsApp group

Hello Techies, Now You are not allowed to send messages to your WhatsApp group.Yes, It is going to be true in near future. As Whatsapp is working and testing this new feature.It will be available to you after some updates.WhatsApp is also working on Unified Payment Service.Let’s see what more will come in future.

Because Whatsapp is really working very hard to get his rivals down.As you might know PayTm has also launched payTm inbox and it has Unified Payment Service already.

Restricted Members require Admin Approval to send a message.

1. WABetaInfo, a website, has revealed that Whatsapp is preparing a setting named “Restricted Groups“.This setting can be activated only by group Admin.

2. Admin can restrict a member to send any post to the group.The Member can read only the post and messages of other members.

3. If a restricted member wants to send a message, Photo, and video then they have to use “WhatsApp Admin” Button to get the approval of Admin.

4. The new Admin can’t have permission to remove the Old or real Admin.

More Advance feature will come soon

वॉट्सऐप पर फ्यूचर में कुछ एडवांस्ड फीचर, बग फिक्सेस और दूसरे अपडेट्स भी आने वाले हैं। कुछ ही दिनों पहले वॉट्सऐप “delete messages for everyone” का फीचर भी लॉन्च कर चुका है। इसमें यूजर अपने भेजे मैसेज को एक निश्चित समय में डिलीट कर सकता है।

WhatsApp has 1.2 billion active users right now and it is running out in 50 different languages. It also includes 10 Indian languages.

Whatsapp is also working on Unified payment Service.It will also roll out very soon.

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Daily Top Tech News 17 Nov – Youtube Pinch to Zoom, Oneplus 5T sale, Samsung Pay, Whatsapp new features, UBER, Airtel 5G,

YouTube for Android Adds Pinch-to-Zoom Feature for 18:9 Smartphones

YouTube for Android is finally getting ‘pinch-to-zoom’ feature which can help users fill the screen and remove the black bars at the edges. The new feature will also help fill the screen of smartphones sporting the all-new 18:9 (or 18.5:9) aspect ratio.

Android Police points out that YouTube for Android version 12.44 brings the much-anticipated ‘pinch-to-zoom’ feature to the more Android smartphone. Previously, the feature was available to Pixel 2 XL users which could use ‘pinch-to-zoom’ with version 12.40 version

WhatsApp Testing Video Call Switch, Locked Voice Messages

WhatsApp appears to be working on two new features, as per WhatsApp beta watcher WABetaInfo. The first of these lets users switch the type of calls when in the midst of a call, and the second makes recording a voice message much easier. Both features were spotted in WhatsApp for Android betas, but are hidden features, and can’t be accessed by end users.

WhatsApp has been spotted testing new functionality for the voice message button. In the Android beta, users will be shown a toggle after they have started recording a voice message. This toggle will let users switch to a locked voice message recording, keeping your hands free while you a recording your message.

Earlier this month, WhatsApp officially launched the ‘Delete for Everyone’ feature, finally allowing users to recall messages within 7 minutes of sending them

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Specifications ‘Revealed’ via Online Listing, 18:9 Display Tipped

Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 likely to launch soon
The Redmi Note 5 was ‘briefly’ listed online
The listing hints at an upcoming launch

Redmi Note 5 seems set to be the next smartphone to be launched by Xiaomi as the handset was listed online for a brief period in China. A placeholder for the successor of Redmi Note 4 was spotted on JD.com but without an image of the Redmi Note 5. However, the listing was removed soon after reports started pointing out the seemingly inadvertent leak

Xiaomi has announced the reduction in the price of its popular Redmi Note 4, and this may be one sign that hints at successor launch. The Redmi Note 4 has been one of the top-selling smartphones Xiaomi this year.

Uber Mobile Web Version Launched in India: Pilots Offline Search, Call to Ride, and More

Uber launches m.uber.com web version
The company is piloting India-focused features
Offline search and Request for a guest to roll out soon

The new m.uber.com mobile website starts rolling out for users on Friday and essentially offers a new way to book an Uber. The company is targeting basic smartphone users with its mobile Web-based version. Uber claims that the experience of the booking a cab from an app or from the new Web-based version is “almost identical.”

 

Uber’s Call to ride will allow riders to book a cab via a phone call. The company is currently piloting a phone number that riders can call to book an Uber across popular zones in a city. Uber is currently piloting the feature in Pune. With the new Call to ride, the company is targeting riders who use feature phones and have the limitation of the limited network. For booking an Uber via Call to ride feature riders will have to call on the single nationwide phone number and enter a numeric code displayed on signage to help Uber identify their location. Once the ride is confirmed, the rider will also receive a text message with information on the car and driver partner. Those taking Uber via Call to ride will have to pay in cash at the end of the ride.

Airtel Partners Ericsson on 5G Wireless; Ericsson Demonstrates 5G Technology in India

Swedish telecom gear maker Ericsson Friday said it has partnered with Bharti Airtel for 5G technology for the telecom giant’s India operations.

“We have MoUs (agreements) with 36 operators globally. In India, we have recently tied up with Bharti Airtel for 5G technology,” Ericsson Senior Vice President and Head of Market Area South East Asia, Oceania and India Nunzio Mirtillo told reporters in New Delhi.

Samsung Pay Update Brings Support for Bharat QR-Based UPI Payments in India

Samsung Pay added UPI integration earlier this year
New app update brings Bharat QR code support
Samsung Pay service was launched in India in March

With the new feature addition, Samsung Pay users will be able to use their devices to pay at merchants that support UPI payment system by scanning Bharat QR code. With the new feature rollout, merchants can get barcodes through the government’s Bharat QR Code initiative. For those who are unaware, UPI is a nationwide payment interface that allows users to easily transfer and receive funds by simply registering their mobile phone number and bank account. The service went live in August last year and is interoperable between banks, meaning that the sender and recipient can have an account in any bank and still a fund exchange can take place. Apart from Bharat QR code support, Samsung Pay app is also getting Android O compatibility with the latest update.

How to Read a deleted whatsapp message sent by your GF

Spanish Android blog Android Jefe has claimed that deleted messages are present in the notification log of the device. It adds that the recipient can easily access the deleted messages regardless whether it has been deleted from sender’s end.

“What we found is that the messages are stored in the notification register of the Android system. So, it’s just a matter of entering that record to see the messages that the other person deleted,” the blog said –

How to read deleted WhatsApp messages someone sent you

Moreover, the method has a restriction that only the first 100 characters of the deleted message will be visible. The feature is available only for users running Android 7.0 and above. Users can only retrieve text which means any kind of media file cannot be recovered.

  1. The blog explains that anyone can access deleted WhatsApp messages sent to them via a third-party app named Notification History which can be downloaded via Google Play.
  2. After downloading the app, users will have to search the message in the Android notification log. Those users who are using third-party launchers like Nova Launcher it’s even easier.
  3. The notification log can be accessed without the need for an additional app. Long press the home screen, then tap on Widgets > Activities > Settings > Notification log. You can then access the system’s notification log.
  4. On stock Android, a Settings widget can give access to the notification log as well.

This is not the first time that reports of retrieving deleted messages have surfaced. Jonathan Zdziarski, iOS expert, last year has claimed that WhatsApp saved chat logs on the device despite it being archived or deleted. Of course, if you’ve swiped away or seen a message – which is what’s required in the case of Android Jefe’s notification log exploit – the ability to read it later after it’s been deleted is not really a loophole.

WhatsApp Plus Latest Version V6.30 Download Now 6th Nov

WhatsApp Plus Changelog

Version 6.3006/11/2017- 36.8MB

New Base Updated to 2.17.351 (PlayStore)
Exclusive Ability to Send Text Broadcast to Groups (Only Text Messages)
Exclusive Ability to Filter Message when Clear Chat

Added Anti-Revoke (Options – Privacy)
Exclusively Fixed Maps when sending Location
Enabled Live Location Sharing

Enabled Image/Video Filters (Effects when Send Images)
Added Option for Centre Names in Conversation Header (Mod 1.1.15)
Enabled Advanced Storage Management (Settings – Data & Storage)

Enabled Quick Reply (Press and Hold any message and click on the Text Entry)
Added Custom Anti Revoke
Added Ability to Revoke Multiple Message at Once

Added Ability to Copy Text Status (Open Options & Click on Copy)
Added Ability to Remove Read More option for Long Messages
Added Ability to Send 100 Documents instead of 30

Added Themed Emoji & GIF Search
Updated Ability to Select Multiple Contacts in Scheduler for a Single Message (Press and Hold the contact you want to select)
Fixed Emoji Scroll
Other Fixes

WhatsApp Plus Privacy
  •  WhatsApp Plus has come with many of privacy features, which provide comfort to the user, where you can         control everything in WhatsApp like :
  • Hide Online Status: You can hide the online status and use WhatsApp freely, and show to everyone offline (not connected)
  • Hide Blue Ticks: You can hide blue ticks for contacts and group when you read the message
  • Hide Second Tick: You can hide second ticks for contacts and group when you delivered the message
  • Hide Writing Tick: You can hide writing Tick for contacts and group when you typing a message
  • Hide Recording Status: You can hide recording Status for contacts and group when you recording voice
  • Hide Blue Microphone: You can hide Blue Microphone for contacts and group when you open voice
  • Hide View Status: You can hide view status for contacts (Your name will not appear if you have seen the status)