WhatsApp beta users are getting a new feature, know all about it


WhatsApp has released a new beta version for Android devices, which brings up the section on redefined storage usage for testing purposes. Some screenshots detailing the update were published online last month. WhatsApp 2.20.201.9 Beta for Android is the first release, it provides a glimpse of the redesigned storage usage section. This feature makes it easy for users to manage their storage. The section contains detailed information on the location used by WhatsApp media files. You will also be able to view large files found in the application.

Blogs such as WabetaInfo are tracking the features of WhatsApp Reported, A gradual redesigned storage usage section for users in the latest beta of WhatsApp for Android. However, this feature is not currently available to all beta testers.

The newly designed storage usage section was initially leaked from the same blog in June. It shows the details of the space taken by the shared media files on WhatsApp. For forwarded files and large files, a separate list is available under Settings> Data & Storage Usage> Storage Usage> Suspend Clean Up Options.

Users can sort their files by date or size. This update helps users quickly delete their non-critical forwarded files and those files and manages their phone storage comfortably.

The developers have not provided any information on when to release this feature in the stable version for all users. However, if you use the beta version of it on your Android device, you can Google Play From APK Mirror or by going to the latest version Seedload You can see it.

It is noteworthy that the redesigned storage usage section is not available to all beta testers at first and is gradually being released via WhatsApp 2.20.9.9 beta. So chances are you won’t be able to see this new section even after updating the beta release on your phone.

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