WhatsApp constantly updates its app for its more than 2 billion users worldwide. Following the recent support of Facebook’s Messenger Rooms on WhatsApp Web, WhatsApp is in discussion for a new round of features to provide its users with an easy messaging and call experience.
From the always muted option to find web feature, the instant messaging platform owned by Facebook is coming soon with a plethora of features.
However, some of the features are still under-developers and the company has not officially announced the release, but reports suggest they will be out soon.
Here is some of the WhatsApp’s new features:
Search Web Options:
WhatsApp has now added a new feature to help you remove such viral or frequently forwarded images to prevent fake news from spreading and misinformation on its platform. Now with the ‘Search the Web’ feature rollout, WhatsApp will allow users to check the authenticity of the linked message to avoid being pointed out, the company announced in a blog post.
The company reported that the web is being launched today for the latest versions of Android, iOS, and WhatsApp in Jason, Italy, Irish, Mexico, Spain, UK, and the US.
To leave or send a message:
According to WABetaInfo, a website tracking the latest updates on the beta version of WhatsApp, a feature has been revisited that allows users to send text messages that disappear after a certain period of time. When the feature was first demonstrated by WABetaInfo, none was given to the user. However, the latest update suggests that WhatsApp is probably close to the final version of the feature.
Multiple devices supported:
WhatsApp has been working on a multi-device support feature for some time. This new feature will give users the will to use WhatsApp on multiple devices such as smartphones or MBs with a single meal. The feature has been in operation for a few months now and the company feels that it will continue to pursue the new beta selection, suggesting that the feature may be introduced soon.
WABetaInfo shared the same Kath showing the linked devices feature, which suggests that you may be able to make multiple device connections to the same account.
Picture-in-picture support for share chat video
According to the news, WhatsAppanda and iOS are working on adding picture-in-picture support to ShareChat videos for their apps on both smartphones. Once this feature rolls out WhatsApp users will watch ShareChat videos in Picture-in-Picture mode in WhatsApp as they watch YouTube videos.
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