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WhatsApp's upcoming feature will allow users to transcribe voice notes and audio messages. The feature is currently in development for iOS and should roll out to beta users in the near future.
WhatsApp's upcoming feature will allow users to hide their last seen, profile photo and about from a select group of contacts, giving them more control over their privacy on the app.
WhatsApp has announced that following some beta testing, "view once" media content is graduating to general availability. The self-explanatory feature follows an implementation similar to Snapchat.
Earlier this week, WhatsApp officially announced multi-device support and soon after the company started rolling it out to beta users. We took the feature for a spin to try it out for ourselves.
WhatsApp users with the iOS beta app will now be able to send photos and videos that disappear once they have been viewed with the latest "view once" mode along with a redesigned in-app notification.
WhatsApp has introduced multiple features that lets users set wallpapers for individual chats and themes. The company also introduced a bunch of new wallpapers that are now available to all users.
WhatsApp today announced that it is rolling out the addition of carts for shopping with business accounts in the app for all users. The feature lets users add multiple items from product catalogs.
WhatsApp is expected to launch a new feature that will automatically delete messages after a period of time. A FAQ document published by WhatsApp gives us some insights into how the feature will work.
WhatsApp is rolling out a new update today that adds 'always' mute option to the app. The new feature will allow users to mute chats forever and is now available on WhatsApp for Android, iOS and Web.
Following its availability on Android, WhatsApp's dark mode seems to finally be making its way to the iOS app. The feature was first reported to be in development back in September of 2018.