WhatsApp latest update: Meta-owned app releasing ability to add up to 1,024 participants to groups
By releasing a number of updates, WhatsApp continues to strive to give users a better experience. Some fortunate beta users of the Meta-owned app will soon have access to the feature that allows groups to contain up to 1024 members, according to WABetaInfo.
The beta versions of WhatsApp for iOS and Android have received the update. The instant messaging service introduced the ability to create groups with up to 512 members earlier in June of this year. Users may have larger groups as a result of the most recent feature.
Additionally, WABetaInfo provided a screenshot of the function. This feature is accessible on the Android and iOS beta versions of WhatsApp, but only to a specific, unspecified number of beta testers. You can see what the limit is configured for your account in this section if you create a group or add new members to an existing one in WhatsApp to see if the feature is available for your account, according to the website.
Notably, the features are only available to a select group of WhatsApp beta testers on iOS and Android. In the upcoming weeks, there will probably be more activations.
WhatsApp is developing a number of features to give group admins more authority. These features include a list of pending participants and an approval system. With the help of the "pending participants" feature, group admins can manually approve new group participants. This feature will be available for both the Android and iOS versions of the app in a future update. Earlier this week, the instant messaging app also rolled out the ability to share documents with a caption for some beta testers.
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