New beta updates are available on WhatsApp, with many features related to work


WhatsApp is enabling many new features for Android Beta users. It has a very useful ‘Always Silent’ feature, a new storage usage UI and its tools and another feature called Media Guidelines. WhatsApp for instant messaging platform Android has released beta 2.20.201.10 and it has also been revealed that video and voice call buttons for business accounts have disappeared. New features have been enabled in the latest beta, but for some, the time to use them may be longer.

WABetaInfo has seen a lot of new features in the latest WhatsApp 2.20.201.10 beta on Android. The most useful feature is the Always Silent feature, which replaces the previously available ‘one year’ option when muting chats. As the name implies, this feature enables a group or single user to be muted forever. We were able to see this feature in the latest beta. WABetaInfo further states that if it does not appear immediately, it should be visible to all beta users within a few days.

The update introduces a new storage usage UIO for beta users. The tracker indicates that the rollout started in the previous beta, but the rollout was not visible to everyone at the time. With WhatsApp 2.20.201.10 beta for Android, many users will now be able to see this feature ly We have not yet received this new UIT but it should be enabled for all users within a few days.

Also, the media guide is being enabled for public beta testing. This feature allows users to align stickers and text when you edit photos, videos and GIFs. This feature is not yet available to us, but it should be available soon.

Eventually, the tracker noticed that the voice and video call buttons were hidden in the chat on the WhatsApp verified business account. Buttons have also disappeared from contact information. Those buttons are still available if you tap the profile icon in the chat and contact list. There is no explanation as to why WhatsApp is hiding these chats. This may just be a test, and WhatsApp may bring it back in future updates.

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