New Delhi: All of us at some point of time have been added in some unwanted WhatsApp group. And for some reasons or the other, we were also not able to exit the group. Soon, these unwanted WhatsApp group may stop bugging you as the instant messaging is bringing a new feature to the groups.
According WABetaInfo, a fan website that tracks WhatsApp beta, the messaging app is bringing a new group feature that will allow users to mute groups indefinitely.
The feature, WABetaInfo said, is currently under development and it comes with the 18.104.22.168 update.
The maximum time limit at which you can currently mute a group is for 1 year. WABetaInfo said that WhatsApp is planning to replace the 1 year option with ‘Always’ with the 22.214.171.124 update.
WABetaInfo had previously said that WhatsApp is also working on a multiple device support as the messaging platform appears to be trying a feature that would allow its over two billion users to access the same account simultaneously in as many as four devices.
Currently one can simultaneously access one WhatsApp account both from a PC -- through WhatsApp Web – and a smartphone.
Earlier this month, the platform on Thursday also introduced new features to start a chat with a business on WhatsApp like starting a chat with a business using QR codes. Scanning a QR code will open a chat with an optional pre-populated message created by the business to start the conversation, WhatsApp Business said in a blog post.
With the app's messaging tools, businesses can quickly send information such as their catalog to get the conversation going.