New Delhi: WhatsApp is widely used. This is the best way to communicate with friends and family. But, some users forward false information on it which causes inconvenience to others. To prevent the spread of such false news and misinformation WhatsApp New restrictions are being imposed by. This will set a new limit for forwarding messages. WhatsApp’s latest update has been spotted on Android and iOS beta testing. In the new update, users will not be able to forward messages to more than one group at a time. The new update will help prevent the spread of fake news and misleading news.
Spot community tab:
A separate community tab has been tested by WhatsApp. Which will replace iOS’s existing Camera tab. In addition, the messaging app is also preparing to provide camera interface updates for Android users. According to WhatsApp beta tracker website WABetaInfo, WhatsApp Update 126.96.36.199 with iOS version has released a variety of information for users. In which users will be prohibited from forwarding more than one group message at a time.
Forward message is an important source for spreading false news:
According to the report, forward messages are considered to be the primary source of spreading false news and misleading information. In this case, the forwarding message is banned by the new update. This limit will be on the forwarding of those messages. Users who will forward the message first. This means that the new forward message rule will not apply to messages you send primarily. For the first time in 2020, WhatsApp message forwarding was banned. In this case, the forwarded message cannot be forwarded 5 or more times. The same regular forward message was limited to 5 chats at a time.
WhatsApp has introduced 6 new features to give users a better experience first. The company has rolled out a number of new features for voice messaging. This will enhance the user experience of sending and receiving voice notes. The company has introduced a total of 6 new features for voice messaging. These include out of chat playback, pause-resume recording waveform visualization, draft preview, remember playback, and fast playback.