Messaging app The WhatsApp This week it announced a major update with several new features for Android and iOS platforms.
As detailed in the platform blog, first, WhatsApp Communities will allow people to group related groups together under a single structure that works for them.
This way, participants will be able to receive notifications sent to the entire community and easily organize smaller groups to discuss topics of interest to them.
Communities will also have new advanced tools for admins, such as sending notifications to all participants and controlling which groups can be added.
“For example, we believe the communities will make it easy for the principal to bring all parents and guardians together to share important notices and create groups for specific classes and extracurricular or volunteer activities,” he explained.
WhatsApp announces a major transformation of the messaging app with a new update;
The platform is also making a number of improvements to the way groups work on WhatsApp, even if you’re not part of a community.
These features will be rolled out gradually over the next few weeks, and people will be able to start testing them even before the forums are ready. paying off:
- Interactions: Emoji reactions are coming to WhatsApp so that people can express their opinions quickly without having to flood conversations with new messages.
- Messages that have been deleted by administrators: Group admins will be able to delete problematic or inappropriate messages for all participants.
- File sharing: We are increasing the file sharing limit to 2GB so that people can easily collaborate on projects.
- Voice calls with more participants: We’ll offer voice calls that up to 32 people can join with just one click, with an all-new design, for those times when speaking directly is better than typing.
Also according to the information, communities are naturally private, which is why the app will continue to protect messages through end-to-end encryption.
“This security technology has never been more necessary to protect people’s privacy and security.” paying off:
With information from the application blog
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