WhatsApp has been trying highlights to let you perform reverse search pictures and text of the message to control misinformation. Presently, the organization is revealing the feature to let you search a message on the web to check if a frequently forwarded message has the right data or not.
Presently, you’ll see an amplifying glass close to frequently forwarded messages. You can tap on that symbol to dispatch a hunt on the web to check whether it’s some sort of myth that is doing the rounds.
Outstandingly, WhatsApp considers messages that have been sent more than multiple times in a chain as frequently forwarded messages; those messages are set apart as double arrows with a forwarded mark on the top
Remember that because of WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption, the organization can’t read your messages. Along these lines, you may need to experience various links on the web to decide whether the said message is misinformative or not. On the other hand, you can check the substance of the message with one of your local fact-checking associations.
The element is accessible for clients in Brazil, Italy, Ireland, Mexico, Spain, the UK, and the US for all forms of WhatsApp. It’s a bummer that the component isn’t accessible in India, a nation with over 400 million WhatsApp clients.