WhatsApp is a rolling out the feature to all its users across Android, iPhone, and Windows platforms. The Now Whatsapp is rolling out two-step verifications for all users soon new feature coming for several months, With the WhatsApp two-step verification in place, users will have to provide a six-digit passcode when registering your phone number with WhatApp again – or any attempt to verify their phone number through the app. WhatsApp is the most advanced social app, It’s easy to use. WhatsApp Two-step verification is the most useful restriction for all users. WhatsApp passcode is verifying the only E-mail address.
How to use this Two-step verification
Enable the optional security feature, users have to open WhatsApp > Settings > Account > Two-step verification > Enable, When verification completed after post this feature, users will need to enter their chosen WhatsApp passcode, and optionally provide an Email address so that they can reclaim their account even if they forget the passcode.
“The Email address will allow WhatsApp to send you a line via email to disable two-step verification. In case you forget the six-digit passcode, and also to take help in your account.
If you have WhatsApp two-step verification enable in your phone number will not be permitted to reverify on the app within seven days of last using WhatsApp without the passcode.
If you forget your passcode and did not provide an email to disable WhatsApp two-step verification, even you will not be permitted to recertify on the app within seven days of last using it.
After these seven days, your number will be permitted to reverify on WhatsApp without your passcode, but you will lose all pending messages upon reverifying – they will be deleted. After 30 days reverifying your WhatsApp number without a passcode, your account will be deleted and new one will be created upon successfully reverifying