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New WhatsApp in-app tool allows users to access support within chats

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WhatsApp Beta Update

WhatsApp is an old and well-known messaging application. Over its evolution, the company has added many new and interesting features in the application and is working on further improvements, it is no more just a messaging application.

According to the new information, the Meta-owned application is introducing a new feature called WhatsApp in-app support. It will allow you to access support within WhatsApp chat itself. Although this feature was already available to some beta testers, it has been removed for unknown reasons.

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Now WhatsApp is widely introducing this feature to select Android as well as iOS beta testers. Currently, it is accessible to WhatsApp beta for Android 2.22.3.5 and WhatsApp beta for iOS 22.2.72 users. However, the other WhatsApp users will soon get access to it.

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What is WhatsApp in-app support feature?

The WhatsApp in-app support feature helps users manage bug reports. In addition, WABetaInfo also reported that the in-app support feature, or Support Chat Threads, would be verified and end-to-end encrypted chats and would be closed after the issue that they were opened.

If you have any issue and want to lift WhatsApp using its new in-app support feature, you can do so by navigating: WhatsApp >> Settings >> Help >> Contact us.

The display screen will let you explain your problem by typing it and sending it to the company. The messaging app will respond to your query through a verified chat in its app. As already mentioned, the chat will be closed once the issue is resolved.

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WhatsApp to extend QR-based chat transfer feature for old Android, iOS phones

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WhatsApp Chat History transfer feature

WhatsApp is simplifying the process of transferring chat history from one phone to another through a new feature. The fresh beta (2.24.13.6) update of WhatsApp introduces a new way for a seamless transfer of conversations from an old phone to a new one, without the need for Google Drive backups.

With Beta 2.23.9.19, WhatsApp brought a QR code-based system that allows users to move their chat history directly between Android devices. The beta new update suggests the possibility of extending this feature to allow cross-platform chat history transfers, potentially including iOS devices.

Presently, WhatsApp supports chat history transfers between iOS and Android, but it’s limited to newer Android versions and requires a physical cable. The new update aims to eliminate these restrictions to offer a universal solution for all users. This new feature would be a significant improvement over the current chat transferring method.

The details of how this new universal transfer feature will work are not yet clear, as it is still under development. Through this, WhatsApp aims to provide a more user-friendly and universally applicable migration solution.

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WhatsApp bringing recent community media feature for group chats

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WhatsApp Recent Media feature

WhatsApp is introducing a new feature for community group chats with the latest beta (2.24.13.4) update. The recent community media feature of WhatsApp aims to make it easier for users to find and manage shared content.

The new feature will provide a dedicated section to view all media shared within their community groups, including photos, videos, and GIFs, as well as documents and links.

Moreover, the recent media feature of WhatsApp will list the shared items and display the size of each file, helping users manage their phone storage better. This is mainly useful for identifying and removing large files that may be consuming excessive space.

This update is still in the development phase and will be released in a future version of WhatsApp. The feature is expected to improve the community group chat experience by updating and organizing shared media.

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Latest WhatsApp Beta lets you pin two favourite channels on Android

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WhatsApp is releasing a new beta update with version 2.24.13.3, which brings a new feature that allows users to pin their most important channels to the top of their channel list.

The new feature is currently available to a limited number of beta testers. It makes it easier for users to keep track of their top two preferred channels.

Previously, users had to scroll through all their channels to find the ones they visited usually. The new pinning feature of WhatsApp simplifies this by letting users select up to two channels to pin at the top of their list. This feature is saving time and improving overall app navigation.

To pin a channel, users simply choose the channel and use the pin option in the app’s top bar. Once pinned, the channel will remain at the top of the list for easy access.

Moreover, the update also includes the ability to perform actions on multiple channels at once, such as muting or marking them as read. The new feature is expected to be rolled out to more beta testers soon.

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