Do you suffer from shyness or do not like to create a mood when leaving groups of The WhatsApp? Everyone wanted to leave that useless conversation, but they didn’t do it to avoid conflict. Know that the platform is starting to offer the perfect solution to this predicament.
How will the new tool for leaving WhatsApp groups work?
Everyone has joined some WhatsApp groups that have become completely useless or unimportant. At that time, it would be great to be able to leave the groups unnoticed. This is exactly what WhatsApp offers in its beta version. In other words, the participants will not know that you simply “abandoned the boat”.
Information about the novelty was published by the WABetaInfo website, which is specialized in WhatsApp. When the user decides to leave a group chat, the following message will appear on the screen:
“Only you and the group admins will be notified that you have left the group.”
This is interesting, isn’t it? After all, currently, it is impossible to leave WhatsApp groups unnoticed by all participants. A message about the match is stamped on the chat screen.
With modernity, this indiscretion will come to an end, and with it, the possibility of causing discomfort is also significantly reduced.
When will the news be finally published?
What’s new is in the development and testing phase of the beta version of WhatsApp. However, it should be released soon for the large user base.
This is the standard process for any new tool that the platform provides to users. It is always necessary to do a set of tests with developers and people who have access to the beta.
The good news is that most tests are only released when they enter the release path. So take heart, as soon you will be able to leave combos unnoticed.
You will no longer need to explain why you are leaving. In the same way that more annoying users will have fewer arguments to continue commenting on their situation and creating unreasonable rumors and without any kind of basis.
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