Instant messaging platform WhatsApp on Women Tuesday said it has launched. A private messaging feature to encourage women to reach out and support each other to talk. About their problems.
The messages will be displayed on special mirrors in. Restrooms installed at select locations in. Delhi and will disappear without a trace like disappearing messages, the agency said.
WhatsApp has partnered with actress Anushka Sharma to launch a series of. Mirrored messages displayed in private spaces – women’s restrooms – in malls across Delhi.
“We’re thrilled to add two new privacy-first features that strengthen and add. To WhatsApp’s built-in layers of security to give. Users a secure place to have their most private conversations.” Meta India vice-president Sandhya Devanathan said in a statement. .
“Through a series of mirrored messages, we’re spreading the word about.
The importance of checking in with a friend or loved one, encouraging women to reach out. And support each other by talking,” says Debanathan.
In this feature, a message will appear on a restroom mirror when triggered by motion. Along with a QR code that suggests checking in via a private WhatsApp message. Later, the message disappeared without a trace, like disappearing messages on WhatsApp. The statement said.
Messages are projected onto a 4K LED screen behind. Mirrored Perspex that blends into a bathroom setup. The messages are triggered by motion and only. Appear when someone approaches, the statement said Anushka Sharma said. “I partnered with WhatsApp to create awareness about. The importance of having a safe space. For women to confide in others and how to have a private conversation. To empower women to speak up and seek help when their safety and well-being may be at risk.” Can. it’s important to reach out to a friend, colleague. loved one, especially if you haven’t heard from them in a while, and that one personal message can be a lifeline.”