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WhatsApp testing new group chat feature

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One of the most widely used messaging apps in the world, WhatsApp is far from finished. Despite the fact that it is constantly adding new features, there is an order to it. Before a new feature is made available to the general public, it must be tested. WhatsApp is currently testing a new feature that will alter the way group chats work. One of the features being tested by the app is an option dubbed “Past Participants,” which will reveal to users in a chat group who have all left within the previous 60 days.

So, if you’ve recently joined an existing WhatsApp group, you’ll see the previous members who were also a part of the group. People who want to get a sense of the type of people in the group they’ve joined will find this information useful. Essentially, the new feature is in direct opposition to the one that allows anyone to leave a group without having to be seen by others. Participants are kept in the dark about this, but the dropouts will be monitored as well.

WhatsApp’s newest feature, group chats,

WABetaInfo has discovered a new feature in WhatsApp beta for iOS group chats. Group chat participants will be able to better understand what the group is about with this new feature, according to a recent report. On the other hand, this could be a violation of one’s privacy. It’s possible that current participants will run into an ex-participant they’ve never met before, and they’ll gain access to at least their mobile number. What this feature actually does is still a mystery to us at WhatsApp. If you’ve signed up for the beta program, you’ll be able to use it.

However, as with all beta features, there is a time limit on how long you can use it. It’s at this point that the feature is either ready for the stable channel or still needs improvement, which is when WhatsApp holds its launch. There is currently no word on when the new feature that alters the behavior of group chats will be implemented.

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