WhatsApp New Feature Users Can’t Send Messages:- The Whatsapp Group Administrator is going to get extra Powers soon. After this, the group members will not be able to send text messages, videos, photos, GIFs or voice messages without the permission of the group administrator.
WhatsApp New Feature Users Can’t Send Messages Without Admin’s Approval
– A website called WABetaInfo disclosed that Whatsapp is creating settings with the name “Restricted Groups”. This setting will be available to Group Administrators so that they can restrict anybody whom they want to.
– The user who will administer the admin will not be able to post anything. Such members will only be able to read the message.
– Restricted Members will not be able to post anything without the permission of the administrator. After the approval of such message by admin, the message will able to be shared in the group.
-WhatsApp put a text in play store stating: “Whatsapp invites you to test the Messenger app’s new feature. You will be given a new version of the test but it is still unstable. You can get many bugs or flaws in it”.
There will be advanced features
– Some advanced features, bug fixes, and other updates are also coming in the future on WhatsApp. Just a few days ago, Whatsapp has launched the feature of “delete messages for everyone”. In this, the user can delete the message sent to him at a fixed time. WhatsApp New Feature Users Can’t Send Messages.
-WhatsApp will make it available to all users soon. According to another report, whitespace users will be able to withdraw any sent messages, images, videos, GIFs or documents within five minutes. The ‘unsanded’ feature is being brought for this. Apart from this, Whatsapp is also working on features that can transfer money through unified payment interfaces. WhatsApp New Feature Users Can’t Send Messages.
– Whatsapp is running in 50 different languages. It also includes 10 Indian languages. This popular app has 1.2 billion monthly active users and numbers are increasing worldwide.
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