Whatsapp Is Rolling Out These 5 New Features That Will Change Everything For 2 Billion Users (Full List)
Constant innovation is the key to sustaining and thriving in today’s world. It has become a success mantra for every corporate world. Recently Facebook metamorphosed itself into a brand new name – Meta. The parent company of Whatsapp is not only focusing on changing names but also gearing up to come up with some cool new features.
Hide privacy setting, last seen from selected contacts
Increasing the privacy on the platform, WhatsApp will soon let users hide their last seen, profile pictures, and about from selected contacts. Currently, the users can hide their Last Seen, Profile Picture, and About section from all the contacts. But it doesn’t allow users the option to hide from specific contacts.
Delete Message for everyone
According to reports, WhatsApp is working to extend the time limit of the ‘Delete Message for Everyone’ feature. At present, users can delete the message one hour after sending them, but now WhatsApp is testing the possibility of deleting the message even after one week. According to rumors, WhatsApp was also considering the option of removing the time limit for the delete messages feature.
Custom sticker maker for mobile
One of the most interesting features WhatsApp is working on is letting users create their own stickers on the mobile app. The feature is already available in the web version of the app. WhatsApp might roll out the feature to all users in the coming weeks. WhatsApp might allow users to upload pictures first and turn them into a sticker. WhatsApp is also working to introduce edit tools to crop the pictures, paste two pictures, and more.
Speed up forwarded voice notes
WhatsApp is working on the possibility of speeding up forwarded voice notes. At present, WhatsApp allows its users to rush through the voice messages by increasing the speed by 1.5X. But you cannot change the speeds of forwarded voice notes. You need to hear the way it has been sent. If WhatsApp roles out this feature, you will be able to speed up forwarded voice messages.
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