WhatsApp started to test the group chat privacy settings in more countries around the world after the feature emerged from Indian users some time ago.
Besides, WhatsApp also introduced new additions to WhatsApp Web. From now on, WhatsApp Web will support consecutive voice messages playback, a function that was already available for Android and iOS versions of the instant messaging app.
WhatsApp is the most popular instant messaging app in the world. It allows users to send and receive messages instantly, conduct voice and video calls, share files, such as images, videos, and documents, as well as personalize your chats with beautiful wallpapers.
The best instant messaging app in the world is free to use and has more than one billion users from all over the world. Facebook frequently updates WhatsApp, and, now, the devs introduced more features to the app’s latest updates, as well as to the web-based version of the application, WhatsApp Web.
Group Chat Privacy Settings Came To Android And iOS Versions of WhatsApp
According to WABetaInfo, the latest WhatsApp Beta updates for Android and iOS came out with improved group chat privacy settings, a feature that was tested in India before.
This new function comes with three options – Everyone, My Contacts, and My Contacts Except… A new Blacklist feature also rolled out.
Now, no user can add you to any group chat without your agreement. That increases the users’ privacy regarding groups on WhatsApp.
What’s New In WhatsApp Web Thanks To The Latest WhatsApp Update?
According to WABetaInfo, the recent WhatsApp update series also introduces a new feature to the web-based version of WhatsApp. From now on, the WhatsApp Web can play consecutive voice messages. The function was already tested in previous WhatsApp Beta versions and rolled out on stable versions of WhatsApp for Android and iOS.