WhatsApp has over a billion users worldwide. It came WhatsApp’s Large Features in 2019. This year, the Facebook-owned app has come with a slew of updates to improve its efficiency. This App is One of the most popular messaging apps in the world,
Here are some of the most anticipated features of WhatsApp’s large features in 2019.
01.New Web and Desktop Features
To celebrate the success of the WhatsApp Business app. The features from the business app have added to the desktop and web versions.
These features are Quick Replies, which are frequent messages to answer common questions, labels to organize contacts.
The chat list filtering enables the user to manage chats. It is under various filters like unread messages, broadcast lists, and groups
02.Touch ID and Face ID
This security feature will prevent any third-party from reading your messages. It enabled in your privacy settings to use Touch ID or Face ID to unlock the app.
03.Ranking of contacts
With the help of these feature users able to keep their favorite contacts at the top of the list
Based on the level of interaction, WhatsApp will organize your contacts for easier access.
Users can now customize viewership of their status by choosing who can see their status. By tapping the ‘hide’ button above the Muted Update Section, reports LiveMint.
A much-awaited update, the dark mode is a battery saving feature. It has been under development for a few months now, and users have been waiting for WhatsApp to introduce it.
06.Privacy Settings for Groups
The great feature of this privacy setting invite system will help users have more control.
Users invited to the groups, they can choose to approve or decline within three days. This way, they will have more control over the group messages they receive.
To enable it, simply go to WhatsApp Settings in your app, then tap Account > Privacy > Groups and select one of three options: “Nobody”, “My Contacts”, or “Everyone”.
(your address book)=”My Contacts” only means users you have in your address book can add you to groups.
07. Share on Social Platforms
Share WhatsApp status on other platforms now you can share your WhatsApp status on Facebook, Instagram, Gmail, and Google Photos without linking the accounts.
This feature is not automatic and you have to share the post on each platform to avoid security breaches.
Limiting frequent forwards Forwarded messages, often containing unverified information, plagues a lot of users on WhatsApp.
Fake news is the biggest problem faced by WhatsApp users in Pakistan and India.
According to LiveMint, users will now be able to see how many times a message has been forwarded.
These are the best WhatsApp’s Large Features in 2019 and 2020.