It’s at the bottom of the screen, just above the eye icon. Doing so will expand the icon to a list of people who have viewed your status. If you see a “0” next to the eye icon, no one has seen your status yet.
FM WhatsApp now has a native app on Windows that can run independently
The new FM WhatsApp app on Windows no longer requires you to connect your phone to send, receive and sync messages. An update on the FM WhatsApp website shows that the updated Windows app has completed testing and is available for download at the Microsoft Store.
Previously, Windows users had to download the FM WhatsApp web-based desktop application or access the messaging service from their web browser. The new app is native to Windows and, as FM WhatsApp explains, it should make the app faster and more responsive.
Compared to the previous version of the app, the redesigned FM WhatsApp interface is slightly cleaner, but it doesn’t look much different. The biggest change is that you no longer need to keep your phone online to sync messages between your phone and the desktop app. FM WhatsApp said it is also currently developing a native app for macOS.
The multi-device feature of FM WhatsApp is fully rolled out and out of beta. This allows you to link up to four devices to your FM WhatsApp account without the need for a phone, while maintaining end-to-end encryption.
WABetaInfo spotted screenshots of the beta version of FM WhatsApp on Android, suggesting that the platform may soon add multi-device support for tablets. Currently, FM WhatsApp only allows you to link a computer to your account, so it only makes sense to add support for tablets (or possibly additional phones).
However, using linked devices does have some limitations. For example, if you’re using an iPhone as your primary device, you can’t clear or delete chats. You also can’t send a message with a link preview from the FM WhatsApp website, send a message or call someone using a “very old version” of FM WhatsApp, nor can you see a live location.