According to the WABetaInfo account on Twitter which is known for leaking information related to WhatsApp updates, the feature will work on WhatsApp beta version 220.127.116.11 for iOS, 2.16.399+ on Android and will be disabled by default.
“The tracking can be kept on for 1 minute, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, or indefinitely. This comes in handy if you are supposed to meet the gang at a certain location and time, and you want to see how far away from the destination every one in the group is,” phonearena.com reported on Monday.
The live streaming can also be disabled so that your group members can’t learn where you are at any given moment, it added.
The Live Location Tracking is disabled by default, which means that WhatsApp needs to activate it when it is ready to be launched.
In December last year, WhatsApp added the features to revoke and edit the sent messages in a beta version testing. The feature is currently available in WhatsApp beta for the iOS 18.104.22.1689 platform.
WhatsApp recently launched a video calling feature from India which was rolled out globally to other countries. The feature is available on all platforms — Android, iOS and Windows.
WhatsApp is available in more than 50 different languages around the world. Nearly 100 million calls are made on the platform daily worldwide.