Instant Messaging Platform WhatsApp is engaged in bringing a brand new characteristic known as WhatsApp Survey. According to the reports by WaBetaInfo, the Company will ask customers for suggestions throughout the app itself.
The users will have the choice to either join or skip the survey. By participating in these in-app surveys, users can give their feedback about new features, products, and more, after receiving an invitation.
Keep in mind that WhatsApp Survey will never ask for sensitive information such as your credit number, 6-digit code, or two-step verification PIN.
WhatsApp is working on a new Survey for future
WhatsApp is also working on a new method through which people will be able to write texts to themselves from one of the linked devices. It also provides users the option to block this chat at any instant to prevent WhatsApp from sending you new surveys in the future.
One of the screenshots reads:
“Taking surveys is optional. If you choose to participate, your responses will be kept private.”
WhatsApp said that it will keep the WhatsApp Survey data private. The survey will be sent via a verified WhatsApp account, which comes with a green tick. Responding to the survey will not affect the user in any way. WhatsApp will use this response in order to enhance the overall experience of the user.
Currently, there is no information on when this update will be going to roll out. However, there are speculations that the update will roll out to the selected users
WhatsApp will soon allow you to message yourself
WhatsApp is also working on a method by which users will easily be able to message themselves. With the new feature, WhatsApp users will be able to see their own contact details even from linked devices in order to test themselves.
The feature is currently under development and is still not available even for beta testers. Users will be able to access their own contact from linked devices.
Presently, WhatsApp only shows chat with the user’s number on the Primary device. It is not available while using multiple devices. Once the feature rolls out to Desktop beta, they will be able to spot their names on the top of the list
The feature is currently under development and soon will roll out to Android and iOS users.
Thanks for reading!!