The badge shaded green will be put by the names of the business account.
California based texting organization Whatsapp Inc. has begun confirming organizations, giving them a checked identification.
It is additionally accumulated that the messaging giants anticipate building a different application for businesses to talk with their clients.
Twitter and in addition Whatsapp’s sister organizations Facebook and Instagram are known to have taken off confirmation highlights with blue identifications set by the side of affirmed accounts.
Whatsapp organizations however will be getting a green checked identification to likewise be set beside the contact’s business name.
Likewise, Whatsapp will tell you are talking with a business by means of yellow messages inside the chat, and curiously, you won’t have the capacity to erase messages from such chat, because the messaging company wants you to always have a record of each discussion traded with a business.
More subtle details were spelt out in a blog entry discharged by the Facebook obtained organization.
“WhatsApp is exploring ways for you to communicate with the businesses that matter to you.
Some business accounts have been verified by WhatsApp. If you see a green badge next to a contact’s name, it means that WhatsApp has confirmed that the phone number of this contact belongs to a business account.
WhatsApp will also let you know when you start talking to a business via yellow messages inside a chat. There is no way to delete these messages from the chat.
If you already have a business’s phone number saved in your address book, the name you will see is the name you have saved in your address book.
If you don’t have a business’s phone number saved in your address book, the name you will see is the name the business has chosen for themselves.
If you’d like to stop a business from contacting you, you can block them.”
Note: WhatsApp business verification is right now restricted to few organizations partaking in a pilot program.
As a few accounts have just been verified. we hold up to see Nigerian organizations get on board.