WhatsApp is regularly adding new features. The messaging app’s new update aims to provide users with a range of useful features. WhatsApp users are able to attach captions when sharing a document, providing an additional resource for those frequently sharing files. It is now possible to send large files of a maximum size of 2GB.
WhatsApp has extended the length of group names to a maximum of 100 characters and enabled group descriptions to be longer. The changelog indicates the addition of a feature that allows users to customize an avatar for use as a profile photo or sticker. This feature has already been made available to the public with the WhatsApp update (version 188.8.131.52). Find out the best smartphones to buy in 2023.
The latest update for WhatsApp does not include the Kept Messages feature. Additionally, users are able to bulk-share a maximum of 100 images and videos at once. Previously, a maximum of 30 media files could be accessed simultaneously. The WhatsApp feature was already available in the beta channel and has now been released to the stable channel for users. Improved capacity for sending multiple media files is a beneficial feature, particularly for photographers who have to transmit numerous pictures and videos simultaneously.
According to WABetaInfo, all these features have been released in the WhatsApp app version 184.108.40.206, which was updated on February 13. The latest update can be downloaded from the Google Play Store. WhatsApp recently tested a feature that allowed users to share high-quality photos, as well as the Kept Messages feature, but these have not been released for public use.
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