WhatsApp’s ‘group admin’ will be more powerful now, new features will come

Group administrators of WhatsApp, an instant messaging service owned by Facebook, are about to get more rights. This allows administrators to prevent group members from posting messages, photos, videos, GIFs, documents and voice messages to the group if they wish. WABetaInfo Accordingly, WhatsApp has introduced the “Restricted Groups” feature in the Google Play Beta program version

Only group administrators can enable “Restricted Groups” settings. After that, the administrator can send photos, videos, chats and other things to the group in a normal way but prevent other members from doing so.

After applying the “restricted group” settings, other members will be able to read the message in this group, but will not be able to send anything. They will be given a ‘Message Administrator’ button, so they will only be able to share their message with the group after approval by the group message administrators.

WhatsApp has also announced updated features, bug fixes and general improvements in upcoming updates. WhatsApp has 1.2 billion active users and is available in 50 languages ​​worldwide, including 10 Indian languages.

The new feature is currently disabled by default and is expected to be available via a stable version soon. WhatsApp recently released “Delete Messages for Everyone”, which allows a user to retrieve messages sent to a group or user.

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