WhatsApp have been unloading a lot of utility-based features and updates for its users and there’s another one that’s about to spawn which will supposedly bolster user privacy.Just recently, the Facebook-owned messaging platform had introduced a feature that restricted non-contact users from adding individuals to random groups and now it has been found that another feature is on its way which will prevent others from downloading your profile pictures on WhatsApp.The feature has been spotted in the beta version of the app by WABetainfo and might be rolled out with WhatsApp’s next update.The feature was removed from WhatsApp's latest beta (version 126.96.36.199) for the iPhone just a few weeks after its removal from the Android beta.WhatsApp Can Play Audio Chats One After the Other Without ClickingThough other users will not be able to save or download the profile picture, the option to take a screenshot is still there and that image can be saved by anyone. This loophole certainly works against WhatsApp’s upcoming ‘security feature’.WhatsApp Reveals More Dark Mode Features Coming to Android SoonIf it legitimately wants to provide true privacy, WhatsApp needs to disable the ability to take screenshots as well as we’re hopeful that the team over at WhatsApp could offer that in the coming months. We'll get through this! Meanwhile, here's all you need to know about the Coronavirus outbreak to keep yourself safe, informed, and updated. The Quint is now available on Telegram & WhatsApp too, Click here to join.