Another novelty for groups The WhatsApp. Messenger has started testing its beta version for Android, a new feature that will give more control to group admins. The so-called “queue” will allow visualization of people trying to join the group through the link.
This way, there will be an option to “Approve members in groups”, in a free translation, which will act as a button so that admins can consult who has requested to join the group, and can approve it or not.
According to the website that specializes in launching the “spoilers” messenger, WABetaInfo, the new functionality must be enabled in advance by the group’s administrators, as it is not a standard WhatsApp tool.
It is worth noting that the approval of new components of the group should take place within the groups themselves, in the “More Information” tab. Since it’s still in the testing phase, there’s still no prediction for when the feature will launch.
WhatsApp has also started testing the option for groups of up to 512 members. However, the new should only arrive in Brazil after the 2022 elections, bearing in mind that there may be a large influx of fake news, which can disrupt election campaigns and thus the electoral period.
WhatsApp: button to edit sent messages should be the next new
Have you ever sent a misspelled message The WhatsApp? If so, have you noticed the inconvenience of deleting the message and writing it to send it again. However, the messaging team appears to be preparing a button to edit messages.
According to specialized website WABetaInfo, messaging technicians are developing a button to change content that has already been sent in private conversations or in groups. It is worth noting that the functionality is among the updates expected by the users of the application.
While discovering the portal, using the tool is very simple, just select the message, open the options menu, choose the Edit button and change the content. However, it is important to note that the feature has been promised since 2017.
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