WhatsApp never stops working. The chat app continuously adds fresh changes to the app in order to maintain its popularity and compete with Signal and Telegram. It is apparently introducing a new feature for Communities in a recent update.
WaBetaInfo claims that the Meta-owned app is introducing an enhanced community organization system that will make it simpler for users to explore their sub-groups.
Some beta testers presently have access to this new function, which is soon to be made available to all users. Users can now expand the community cell to view all of its sub-groups in the chat list thanks to this new upgrade.
This makes it much simpler to find the precise group you’re looking for because all the sub-groups of a certain community will be gathered in one location. Communities‘ new organizational structure is a crucial improvement because it gives consumers a better method to explore their groups.
WhatsApp multi-device compatibility
In related news, WhatsApp released a crucial update for users on Wednesday. The same WhatsApp account can be used on up to four different phones.
The ability to access chats and other account information from many phones or tablets at once is one of WhatsApp’s “most highly requested features” and makes it simpler for users to access their chats and other account information.
Additionally, the meta-owned application has made it simpler to connect companion devices. WhatsApp will enable phone number-based links across companion devices when it launches in the upcoming weeks.
To link devices, enter your phone number on WhatsApp Web to receive a one-time code that may be entered on your phone.
More Updates On Its Way !!
There are rumors that the meta-owned application is also developing Channels similar to Instagram. It will function as a “one-to-many tool for broadcasting information,” claims WaBetaInfo. The function is reportedly under development and could launch soon.
The information is provided by WABetaInfo, a live WhatsApp news tracker.
The portal emphasized that the mentioned functionality, which is available for both iOS and Android, is being made by the Meta-owned platform. It is done via a tool known as “channels.”