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A new UI for the group settings screen is apparently being released by the Meta-owned instant messaging service WhatsApp. Some beta testers currently have access to the feature.
“We discovered that WhatsApp is introducing another tweaked interface for a certain section of the app. In fact, after installing the latest WhatsApp beta for Android 22.214.171.124 update, some beta users may experiment with redesigned group settings,” WABetaInfo, a website that tracks WhatsApp, reported.
The new UI is reportedly more understandable and clear. Toggling the switch now allows you to enable or deactivate an option right from the screen, saving you time from having to open a new window each time an option is selected.
Additionally, administrators of the group can choose to permit or prohibit other participants from adding new members to the group with the new update.
According to the study, WhatsApp’s recent rollout of the updated group settings interface is further evidence of their commitment to improving the whole user experience of the service, not just in terms of functions but also in terms of visual appeal.
In fact, it went on to say that this update shows how dedicated they are to keeping the program updated and making sure that consumers like the sleek look.
After downloading the most recent WhatsApp beta for Android update from the Google Play Store, select beta testers may access the new UI for the group settings screen. More users will be able to access it over the next several weeks.
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Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Meta, just disclosed a new WhatsApp feature. Within a 15-minute timeframe, users can now alter messages that have already been delivered. All users will be able to utilize the functionality in the coming weeks as it is presently being rolled out globally.