Facebook stated last week that it would change its name to Meta. Meta is more of a rebranding for the Mark Zuckerberg-led corporation to reflect the new metaverse ambitions, and it will function as the parent company for all of the company’s products. WhatsApp’s footer has been updated to reflect the fact that it is now a Meta-owned app. It’s now “WhatsApp from Meta” instead of “WhatsApp from Facebook.”
According to WABetaInfo, the new WhatsApp beta version matches the most recent updates to Facebook. Facebook is no longer mentioned in WhatsApp beta version 18.104.22.168. Instead, it’s Meta, but nothing will change for users. As a result, you don’t have to be concerned about the new “WhatsApp from Meta” footer in your app’s Settings page if you’re a WhatsApp subscriber.
“As part of this, we need to create a new business identity that encompasses all we do.” To reflect who we are and the future we want to create. “I’m excited to announce that our firm has changed its name to Meta,” said Mark Zuckerberg, who is now the CEO of Meta.
The update comes a year after WhatsApp began using Facebook’s name in the app to remind users that the app is owned by Facebook.
The beta update also adds the ability to rate messages received from business accounts, according to WABetaInfo. Customers will be able to provide rapid feedback to businesses, but only through an anonymous mechanism, so businesses will not know who evaluated them. According to the research, WhatsApp is also unable to read the substance of the message.
Only the Android beta version of WhatsApp has been found with the two improvements thus far, with nothing available for the iOS version. Since the improvements have been rolled out to the beta version, the new footer and message rating system for business accounts should be available in the stable builds soon.