Is he coming? WhatsApp Tests tab for favorite contacts only; paying off

Is he coming?  WhatsApp Tests tab for favorite contacts only;  paying off

Who does not know the famous one? WhatsApp? This popular app, used on both Android and iPhone devices, is developing a new feature: a tab dedicated exclusively to favorite contacts.

This function will allow users to access conversations with people tagged as featured with just one click, making it easier to search for these specific conversations in an extensive list of contacts.

A specialized international website revealed information about this test, as it published images of both the web version and the beta version for Apple devices.

Organize conversations efficiently

The goal of this new tab is to provide a more efficient way to organize conversations. WhatsApp currently provides tabs to view unread messages, active conversations, and personal and professional dialogues, which helps to separate personal and professional life.

With this new update, the organization of conversations promises to be more detailed, highlighting the contacts that are a priority for the user.

As reported by WABetaInfo, the user will be able to manually mark conversations they wish to include as favorites, whether with a partner, close friends or important contacts. It is not yet clear whether there will be a limit on the number of favorite contacts or whether it will also be possible to mark groups as such.

Simplify navigation and improve search

The planned chat tabs, if implemented, will be placed at the top of the screen, both in web and mobile versions, making it easier to navigate between different chat categories in an intuitive way.

In the desktop version, the function to search for specific contact names under a specific tab is highlighted. For iOS users, this specific search functionality has not yet been confirmed in the released images.

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This feature to organize conversations on WhatsApp is still in the testing phase and there is no official confirmation about its launch to the general public, nor expectations of when this will happen. Furthermore, the feature may undergo modifications before it is made available to app users.

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