What will change on WhatsApp in March/April?

WhatsApp should integrate many new features soon. A quick overview of the features expected in the next few weeks.

response to messages

According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp will soon implement React via emoji. Users will be able to add them to the messages they receive. The recipient will then see them directly.

To take advantage of this future functionality, the sender must press the down arrow at the top right of each bubble. A “React to Message” notification will appear on the screen, all you have to do is click on it to access a list of multiple emoji.

New access to emoji

In the same theme, WhatsApp’s Universal Application (UWP) for Windows will soon benefit from a new shortcut system. The feature hopes to make it easier to find emoji.

To take advantage of this new shortcut, users need to type certain keywords before the colon. The emoji will then appear on a banner above the input space.

For now, this feature is only available on UWP beta 2.2206.1.

growing community

According to WABetaInfo, Communities can be offered on the iOS version of WhatsApp. Users will then have the option to aggregate their group conversations.

The community function should make it possible to bring together up to ten sub-groups around a chosen topic within a single discussion space. Admins of a community will be able to invite new people to join them via the invite system by QR code or the more classic link.

In short, it will be possible to share the same message to up to 10 different groups at the same time. Note that, in order to take advantage of this function, it would normally be necessary for each group to be an administrator.

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enable two-factor authentication

The WABetaInfo site has spotted an upcoming WhatsApp innovation. It deals with the security of user accounts.

Soon, WhatsApp will offer the activation and management of two-factor authentication through a PIN code. And this, on mobile devices, but also in the web and desktop applications of messaging.

Better management of voice recordings on Android

Similar to WhatsApp iOS and desktop versions, users of the app on Android will soon be able to pause and resume voice recordings.

According to a report by WABetaInfo, WhatsApp has slowly started rolling out a new beta update for Android users. Thanks to this, Android users will be able to pause the recording of a voice note on their smartphone. They will also be able to see the voice waveform during the recording.

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