WhatsApp is about to offer the ‘end-to-to-end encrypted’ messaging. When you turn on this setting, no one will be able to view your private chats, including WhatsApp. With third-party chat services in vogue, this seems like a great application for backing up chats. Since you’re new to the programme, you might not know that WhatsApp automatically backs up all conversations to Google Drive.
The screenshots suggest that a “Encrypt your Chat” option will be added to the Chat Backup section in WhatsApp. We found this function in WhatsApp version 2.21, which means there is a possibility that it will be in 2.22.2 as well.3 You will be required to set a password in order to encrypt chat backups. when you restore it, you will be required to type in the registered passcode on all devices, which prevents it from being accessed by unauthorised people. When you enable chat backup encryption, you will have the option to Change or Turn Off the Chat Protection. Although the password is supposed to be private, the author adds that it cannot be passed on to Facebook or WhatsApp.
WhatsApp won’t be able to recover a fully encrypted email to end-to backup if you have to reset the password, a report found in WaBetaInfo claims. In addition, the report mentioned that it is possible to generate a recovery key for WhatsApp that can be used if you forget your password or want to restore the backup
The feature for backup encryption is still in progress, and is called “WhatsApp is still working on it to ensure no errors when it is released.” Since there have been rumblings that WhatsApp may soon introduce a feature that will make it easier to search for Stickers, The chatbox feature will be helpful to the user when they type in what they’re searching for. Reports claim that the feature is still being developed, and may be coming soon for both Android and iOS devices.