Google has expanded the beta testing of the WhatsApp-like supply indicator function for its Messages app. The tech big began beta testing of the Google Messages supply indicator in October 2022 and now it’s accessible to extra customers. The symptoms present up as a double test mark. Notably, the function is at present rolling out to telephones enrolled within the Google Messages beta program. Moreover, the messaging app owned by Google can be getting one other function dubbed ‘Create Your Profile,’ nonetheless, it’s nonetheless beneath improvement.
In line with a report by Android Police, Google is rolling out the brand new supply indicators to extra beta testers. As per the screenshot shared by the portal, Google Messages will present a single round test mark indicator for despatched messages whereas, for delivered messages, there will be two test mark indicators facet by facet. Moreover, these indicators might be proven stuffed after the textual content will get learn.
The report famous that there isn’t any info on the rollout of the secure model of the brand new options. Google began beta testing the brand new supply indicators in October 2022 and now it’s accessible to a wider viewers. Google Messages at present has spelt-out ‘Despatched’, ‘Delivered’, and ‘Learn’ supply indicators.
Aside from supply indicators, Google Messages can be getting a brand new ‘Create Your Personal’ profile function, which continues to be beneath improvement. In line with a report by SamMobile, Google Messages will help you create your personal person profile. The profile web page was found by Esper’s Mishaal Rahman (@MishaalRahman) within the app’s Settings menu. The function, nonetheless, is at present not working. However as soon as the function might be dwell, Google Messages will let customers create their very own profile with a photograph, title, and e mail handle.
In the meantime, Google has additionally introduced end-to-end encryption for group chats on its Messages app. Notably, the brand new function is being rolled out to Messages customers enrolled within the open beta program within the coming weeks. E2EE messages are non-public and secure and may solely be seen by the sender and the recipient. The group conversations with E2EE enabled could have a “This chat is now end-to-end encrypted” banner.