23 Jan. (Portaltic/EP) –
Goal has announced the introduction of new features in Messenger for end-to-end encrypted chats, including customization options both in the theme and colors of the chats as well as in the reactions to messages and emojis.
The company already uses end-to-end encryption on its platforms, such as WhatsApp, which keeps personal conversations safe from threat actors. In this way, only the users themselves can have access to them and not even Meta can display its content.
Goal has made known some of the features that will be present for chats with this security system on its Messenger messaging platform, including customization options for themes, reactions, and emojis.
Hereinafter, users will be able to configure their interface with static colors and gradient themes, as well as group profile photos for different chats with friends or coworkers.
Meeta has also noted that it has rebuilt the link previews to end-to-end encrypted chats, so that users can know what content directs them to before clicking on it.
This package of news also includes the display of the status as active, to indicate to your contacts that you are available to receive calls. However, the company has stated that it is an indicative so it can be disabled to maintain privacy.
Bubbles has also been introduced in its version for Android. Bubbles are circles with the image of contacts that allow you to read and reply to messages while using other applications. Once this option is enabled and a message is receivedthis notification format will appear.
On the other hand, the company owned by Mark Zuckerberg has indicated that it has also begun to expand global tests of end-to-end encrypted chats by default in Messenger and that in the coming months, “millions of people around the world You’ll see that some of your individual threads are end-to-end encrypted.”
Meta has said that it is aware that “people want a space to connect and they want to know that those conversations are private, safe and secure.” Based on this need, she has created a team of engineers and experts in this field to implement the default end-to-end encryption on the platform.
With this, he has stated that this is a random testing process and that he will provide status updates as he progresses with this deployment. in the course of 2023.