Meta Testing New E2E Features on Messenger and Instagram

Meta is pushing ahead with its plan to implement end-to-end encryption by default in all of its messaging apps.Meta Testing New Features.

Meta Testing New Features
Meta Testing New Features

Meta Testing New E2E Features. Meta has announce that it is testing a new secure storage process for backups of your end-to-end encrypted Messenger chats, as well as a variety of other expanded encryption tests on Messenger and Instagram.

The most significant change on Meta’s Testing New E2E Features is the addition of E2E encrypted chat backups for Messenger chats.

As Explain by Meta:-

We’re starting to test secure storage this week on Android and iOS, but this feature isn’t yet available on Messenger for desktop or chats that aren’t end-to-end encrypted.

Meta Testing New Features

More Updates,Tests and new features for Your End-to-End Encrypted Messages and Calls are In addition to providing additional ways to access your end-to-end encrypted messages and calls, Meta will start testing the capability to delete messages, respond to Facebook Stories, and unsend messages.If you have an existing end-to-end encrypted chat with someone, sending a hands-free message on Messenger Stories will be end-to-end encrypted.Some of yours most frequent chats may be automatically end-to-end encrypted, which means you won’t have to opt in to the feature. You’ll still have access to your message history, but any new messages or calls with that person will be end-to-end encrypted.

Meta Testing New Features

Meta is removing vanish mode, but disappearing messages will still be available in the settings of your end-to-end encrypted chats. This mode allows everyone’s messages to disappear at a selected time after they’ve been seen. Vanish mode chats on Instagram aren’t end-to-end encrypted and will still be available.Soon, meta’ll expand the test even further to include people in more countries and add more features like group chats.