Will Facebook’s name change the look of WhatsApp? What will happen to WhatsApp?

Nowadays, no one moves without social media. Many people even post many small incidents in their lives on social media. Facebook, WhatsApp has become an important part of our lives. If there is any change in it, its heated discussion starts everywhere. Last month, in October, Facebook also made a very important change. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that the world-famous social media company is changing its name to Meta. This is having an effect on his other companies as well. But Zuckerberg also made it clear that the company’s name would not change. This was reported by Zee News.

What exactly has changed?

In the beta version of, the developers of WhatsApp have now removed the line ‘What’s App from Facebook’. Since Facebook is the parent company of WhatsApp, this line would be visible if you started WhatsApp on your phone or computer. Now she will not be seen. Instead, the phrase ‘WhatsApp From Meta’ will appear. Also, the mention of Facebook in WhatsApp’s settings menu has been removed. It will be noticed that this important change has taken place due to the change in the name of the company. But the names of WhatsApp and Instagram (will names of WhatsApp and Instagram change due to Meta?) Will remain the same.

The new beta version of WhatsApp

There will be some more changes in the beta version of WhatsApp. In this beta version, the messages of WhatsApp’s business account can be evaluated. Of course, this version is currently in the testing phase and in a few weeks, this version will be rolled out to all users.

The word meta is derived from the word ‘metaverse’. Last month, Facebook changed the name of its company to Meta. However, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that the name change will not change the company’s corporate structure, software or hardware products.

Users are very curious about what will change after the name change of Facebook. “Even if the name changes, our main mission is to connect people, and that will continue to be the case,” Zuckerberg said.