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Avnish Singh

Google Messages gets end-to-end encryption for group chats

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Google is now adding the frequently requested functionality to Google Messages, which was previously updated with a new icon and a number of additional features in October.

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Your group interactions will be more secure thanks to Google Messages' upcoming end-to-end encryption for group chats, according to a recent blog post.

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End-to-end encryption was previously only available for face-to-face talks using Google Messages.

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Google Messages formerly restricted end-to-end encryption to in-person discussions.

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In the upcoming weeks, the functionality will initially become available for those signed up for the open beta test.

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In the upcoming weeks, the functionality will initially become available for those signed up for the open beta test.

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As of right now, Google has not given users of Google Messages a release date.

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 But before the year is through, we anticipate that end-to-end encryption for group conversations will be available to all users.

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Google will improve the Reactions feature in the Messages app to enable users to react to RCS messages with any emoji in addition to end-to-end encryption for group chats.