2 features likely to omit from WhatsApp
Published: 13:49 11 January 2022
2 features are likely to get omitted from the popular messaging platform WhatsApp.
The messaging platform WhatsApp may have only archived lists in the chat screen menu in the future. The company can remove some options like Broadcast List, Create New Group from the menu bar on the right.
WhatsApp is reportedly planning to make the chat list lighter and clearer. That is why this step may have be taken. So in the future, you may not find the option to create a new list and broadcast list by going to the menu on the home screen of the chat.
Through the broadcast list, you can create your own contact list and send messages to many people at a time. Chatting with people in a group is possible by creating new groups effortlessly from the Create New Group option.
Nowadays in the era of work from home which has become more effective. But it may no longer be available on the home page. As you can see in the new screenshot, only the archived option is in the menu. However, there is no reason to worry. These features are not being turned off though removed from the home screen.
It is heard that broadcast feature option can be got in the Start New Chat option. Users will have to go to another screen to create a new group. However, Mark Zuckerberg's company did not confirm it all that these changes are taking place.
So for now, as long as WhatsApp is not being updated, the messaging app can be used as before.
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