WhatsApp is trying to emulate Telegram: The next big change in the app

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WhatsApp instant messaging app is working many new features It was published today (Friday) on the WABetaInfo website, including a new function called “Community”, to be released soon. The function is still in the development stages, but is expected to be available for both Android and iOS when no exact date has been set.

What is the matter? While the name could spark a variety of possibilities, according to the report, it is an “extension of the powers” of WhatsApp group managers (admins), who will have broader control over the group and even within the community while improving the group. will be able to create. Administrative tools so that it can work optimally.

WhatsApp’s new feature (Photo: Screenshot from Wabetainfo)

As you can see in the screenshot, it will be possible to create a kind of “community chat”, which is reminiscent of the group chats that currently exist, but looks like a kind of hybrid between it and a social network. The icon has also changed a bit.

This function will allow managers to send messages in group chats and will be able to group subgroups that belong to that group. For example, degree students who open a joint group would be considered a “community” and each separate teaching class would be a group belonging to the same community. The community will offer various tools to its administrators, but since it is still in the development stage, advanced tools are not yet known.

WhatsApp's new feature (Photo: Screenshot from Wabetainfo)WhatsApp’s new feature (Photo: Screenshot from Wabetainfo)

This week we reported a new improvement that will be applicable since the following update arrives (on Android devices first): connection to the messaging network will be done not only through the mobile phone where the app is installed, and will be connected to the computer or On WhatsApp via Tablet QR. Meaning: It will be possible to surf whatsapp without internet on the phone.

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About the author: Seth Grace

Seth is an all-around geek who loves learning new stuff every day. With a background in Journalism and a passion for web-based technologies and Gadgets, she focuses on writing about on Hot Topics, Web Trends, Smartphones, and Tablets.

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