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WhatsApp announces new set of features for its users

WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, has been adding new features and making the application easier to use for its users. The new updates demonstrate the app’s dedication to improving the user experience.

WaBetaInfo reported Tuesday that WhatsApp has announced a set of new features for status updates for both Android and iOS devices in the coming weeks.

WhatsApp published a blog post introducing new status update features. Some of the features, however, are not new, but they are on the list of recent status update improvements.

WhatsApp has ensured that these features, like all others, are secured with end-to-end encryption. This is done to protect users’ privacy by allowing them to share updates privately and securely with the people of their choice.

Private audience picker

Users will be able to select who they want to share their status updates with using this feature on WhatsApp. It adds a personalized experience to the messaging app by allowing users to choose who sees their status updates.

Voice Status

This feature allows users to share up to 30 second voice notes on status. It was announced as part of the WhatsApp beta for Android update and the WhatsApp beta for iOS TestFlight version.

Status reactions

This feature, similar to message reactions, allows users to respond to a status. They can respond with a heart-eye emoji, a tear of joy emoji, an open mouth emoji, an emoji, folded hands, clapping hands, a party popper, and 100 points.

Status profile rings for new updates

Users can use this feature to see if there is a status update right within the chat list. This feature was made available to a larger number of people through the WhatsApp beta for the Android update.

Link previews on status

When users share a link as a status update, this feature allows them to share link previews.

According to WaBetaInfo, these capabilities are available on the app’s Android, iOS, and desktop editions.



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