WhatsApp is reportedly engaged on a brand new function that can permit customers to view former contributors in their teams. The transfer by the Meta-owned instantaneous messaging app would make it simpler for folks to maintain observe of the members who’ve left a WhatsApp group in the previous. The function has been noticed in WhatsApp for Android beta v126.96.36.199, which is offered through the Google Play Beta programme, nonetheless, it isn’t seen to testers. Recently, WhatsApp has been noticed growing the flexibility to let customers silently exit their teams with out brazenly notifying present members.
According to a report by WhatsApp options tracker WABetaInfo, WhatsApp will quickly permit folks to view previous contributors in their teams. Spotted in v188.8.131.52 beta for Android, the function remains to be in improvement, and never seen to beta testers. The report features a screenshot displaying the brand new possibility, giving customers an thought of what the function may seem like when it begins rolling out. In the screenshot, the View Past Participants possibility is seen on the backside of the group contributors record in WhatsApp group data.
As per WABetaInfo, the function to see previous contributors is at the moment seen to everybody in the group, not simply group admins, although this may increasingly change earlier than the function is definitely rolled out to beta testers or most of the people.
WhatsApp is wanting so as to add new options and updates to enhance the group messaging expertise on the platform. The firm is engaged on a brand new function that can permit customers to silently exit from WhatsApp teams. WhatsApp Desktop beta was lately noticed with this function (as soon as once more underneath improvement, not seen to beta testers) permitting customers to go away teams with out letting different members know concerning the transfer. The consumer and group admins can be solely notified concerning the exit. At current, WhatsApp reveals an auto-generated notification when somebody exits a gaggle.