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Another new feature of WhatsApp is coming, the fun of chatting will be doubled or tripled

New Delhi:
Instant Messaging app The number of WhatsApp users is huge. The company is releasing many new features for its users. A few days ago WhatsApp Has changed the interface of the contact section. Currently this feature is available for users using Android beta version. This feature is divided into Frequently contacted and Recent chats. As the name suggests, the users you frequently chat with appear in frequently communicated. Users you have recently chatted with appear in Recent chats. But. Users don’t like new changes. The company is expected to bring back the old contact list.

Also, WhatsApp Google Play A new update has been rolled out for Android users through the beta program. This update app is released up to version According to reports, WhatsApp is now restoring the old interface after user backlash. The company is rolling out the old contact list interface again. However, it will take time for updates to become available to everyone. WhatsApp has also begun to change the design of the app window that appears during group voice calls for beta users on the Android platform. IOS and Android users are already seeing the design change in the beta update. The company is also offering voice waveform to all users during group calls. Voice waveforms will be as they appear in the voice notes.

According to a report, the changes made in the design will be very small. But, these changes give the page a new look. Also, the new design is currently only available for a few Android beta testers. However, these changes are expected to be available to more users in the next few weeks. These changes are currently only available in beta. Therefore, it is not possible to say how long it will be rolled out for all users. However, these new features will definitely enhance the chatting experience.

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