WhatsApp might be operating on a Communities feature

WhatsApp might be operating on a Communities feature


Proof is mounting that WhatsApp might be working on a Communities feature. XDA Developers initially detected the chance in October, however presently WABetaInfo has approached with comparable discoveries.

As per WABetaInfo, the Communities include seems to give group administrators more power over groups. This incorporates the ability to make groups within groups, which might be like how channels are organized beneath an umbrella Discord community.

Admins might have the option to invite new clients by means of a Community Invite Link and afterward begin messaging other members. It’s difficult to tell how precisely these chats may look at this moment, yet WABetaInfo takes note of that they seem, by all accounts, to be end-to-end encrypted.

It likewise seems as though an unpretentious design change will assist with recognizing Communities from regular group chats. As WABetaInfo calls attention to, community icons will be squares with rounded corners, a format that WhatsApp mistakenly enabled (and afterward immediately disabled) in October. There’s no word on when Communities will be officially carried out.

By dealing with a Communities feature, WhatsApp might be attempting to close the widening gap between it and other messaging applications like Telegram and Signal. Recently, WhatsApp’s new privacy policy caused confusion among clients regarding what it would share with parent organization Facebook, starting a mass exodus to those other applications. At the point when WhatsApp went down alongside Facebook’s whole network of applications last month, Telegram acquired an astounding 70 million clients.

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