In recent months, WhatsApp has released a slew of new capabilities. The company is constantly updating and adding new features to the app in an effort to enhance the user experience. The WhatsApp camera shortcut is reportedly being moved, as reported by WABetaInfo. The camera shortcut is located in the top left corner of the current stable version of WhatsApp.
The WhatsApp Communities feature is still under development as well. Instead of the current camera shortcut, WhatsApp will provide a shortcut to the communities tab. The report states that the camera shortcut’s location will change if the Communities feature is activated.
An image was posted by WABetaInfo. You can notice the relocated camera shortcut in this screenshot, which is now to the right of the app’s top search bar. The user’s phone camera will activate when they hit this button. The update is currently being worked on by WhatsApp. After the beta period is over, it can be made available to users all around the world.
Instant Messaging Service (whats App) Groups Soon to Enter
The WhatsApp team is working on a new community feature that will make group chats even more interesting. By utilizing this brand-new function, users can divide their network into as many as ten distinct sub-groups.
It is said in the paper that the new function will allow for the simultaneous connection of up to 512 individuals in sub-groups. Users can divide the WhatsApp community up into smaller subgroups if they so choose. Users can leave any subgroup they belong to without leaving the community altogether, which is a unique feature.
The community administrator has the ability to deactivate the community at any time. Also, a Chinese band recently performed in India. In terms of smartwatch sales, it has outpaced China and become the market leader.
People’s Profile Pictures Will Replace Their Names in Group Chats.
An additional new function is currently being developed by WhatsApp. After its implementation, users will be able to view each group chat participant’s profile image. The latest beta version of WhatsApp, 126.96.36.199 for iOS, has been spotted. All WhatsApp group participants will automatically have this functionality enabled.