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WhatsApp will soon support group chats with up to 1,024 people: Report

WhatsApp will allow up to 1,024 participants in group chats soon

The instant messaging app WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, will soon let its users make bigger group chats. WaBetaInfo says that in the future, WhatsApp users will be able to add up to 1,024 people to the group. In the beginning of this year, the limit was raised from 256 to 512.

The feature is already available on WhatsApp beta for Android and iOS, according to the report. But it can only be used by a certain number of beta testers whose number is not known, it says. In a future update, more people should be able to use the feature. WhatsApp Groups with 1,024 people will work the same as WhatsApp groups with fewer people. Users will see more messages, and more people will see the messages. But that’s pretty much all. There won’t be any big changes.

Larger WhatsApp groups will help businesses because they will be able to send messages to more than one person at once. Telegram, which competes with WhatsApp, lets users add up to 200,000 people to a group.

In the beginning of this month, Pavel Durov, the founder of Telegram, made fun of WhatsApp by calling it a “surveillance tool.” The founder of Telegram has told his users not to use WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta. He brought up a security problem that WhatsApp revealed last month and said that the messaging app put user data at risk. He told people to use any app other than WhatsApp for instant messaging. In his Telegram message, Durov said, “Hackers could get full access to everything on WhatsApp users’ phones.” He also said that WhatsApp has been watching its users’ data for the past 13 years. He also said that WhatsApp’s security problems are planned.


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