Feb 10, 2017

Latest WhatsApp Now Lets You Enable Two-step Verification for Your Account

If you are a Whatsapp Beta tester, you should have seen Whatsapp's Two-step verification feature, cos the feature has been available to the Beta testers for quite some time now. But it has now been made official in the regular Whatsapp app for Android, iOS and Windows phone.

The feature allows you to create a six-digit pass-code that'll be required whenever your phone number is being verified on the app. The two-step verification feature can be activated by heading to Settings ==> Account ==> Two-step verification ==> Enable.

The feature also allows you to add your e-mail address, something which is optional but can be useful in case you ever forget your pass-code.

Keep in mind that WhatsApp won't verify the accuracy of the email address you enter, so you need to enter it carefully to make sure that you're not locked out of your account if you forget your pass-code.

Whatsapp latest version that has this feature has started rolling out. You should get an update waiting for you. Just head-over to your respective App Stores to update your Whatsapp Application, so you can get this feature Enabled.

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  1. I don't know why am not so optimistic about all these suppose updates on whatsapp. It's like they just wanna have all my information and also know where I am at every Damn time. It's not supposed to be this serious. It's just whatsapp

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  2. Let me rush and update my Whatsapp

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  3. Am now update my, how can I find it too?

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