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WhatApp to soon introduce redesigned media picker




WhatsApp has been improved in many departments. How can the company forget its multimedia picker? In a recent development, WhatsApp developers are reportedly working on new improvements for the media picker in the application.

As per the new information via WABetaInfo, the company will soon release a different way to send multiple media after taking a photo for the users. The redesigned media picker is basically the section that appears when you switch media on WhatsApp.

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You can check its preview below.

WhatsApp redesigned media picker

The mentioned screenshot shows that the company will show two new tabs, such as Recent and Gallery. The new tabs will make it easier to quickly find the media you want to share with your contacts or status updates.

  • Recent: All recent photos, videos, GIFs from your gallery are shown in this tab.
  • Gallery: All other photos, videos, GIFs in your gallery are available in this tab.

It should be noted that the new media picker won’t be available when you normally share media from chat, it will only be available when you take a photo from WhatsApp’s camera.


The new information has appeared from the WhatsApp beta for Android version (WABetaInfo). As this feature is under development, it is not yet available to beta testers. However, it will soon reach users.

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WhatsApp Android App Updates – Beta




WhatsApp is one of the most used messaging services, owned by Facebook. It allows you to send/receive text, photos, videos, documents, location, and voice/video calls. Also, you can share some of your most personal moments because of its end-to-end encryption security with the help of WhatsApp.

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To maintain the popularity of WhatsApp, the company continuously works to add new features and improve the presently available features. Also, as a beta tester, you’ll receive an update that includes a testing version of WhatsApp Messenger on the Beta channel.

WhatsApp for Android – STABLE

WhatsApp for Android – BETA

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Take a look at the features of WhatsApp

TEXTS – Simple, Reliable Messaging

WhatsApp uses your phone’s Internet connection to send messages so you can avoid SMS fees.

GROUP CHAT – Groups to keep in touch

With group chats, you can share messages, photos, and videos with up to 256 people at once. You can also name your group, mute or customize notifications, and more.


With voice calls, you can talk to your friends and family for free, even if they’re in another country. And with free video calls, you can have face-to-face conversations when voice or text just isn’t enough.

WHATSAPP ON WEB AND DESKTOP – Keep the Conversation Going

With WhatsApp on the web and desktop, you can seamlessly sync all of your chats to your computer so that you can chat on whatever device is most convenient for you.

PHOTOS AND VIDEOS – Share Moments that Matter

Send photos and videos on WhatsApp instantly. You can even capture the moments that matter to you most with a built-in camera. With WhatsApp, photos and videos send quickly even if you’re on a slow connection.

END-TO-END ENCRYPTION – Security by Default

When end-to-end encrypted, your messages and calls are secured so only you and the person you’re communicating with can read or listen to them, and nobody in between, not even WhatsApp.

DOCUMENTS – Document Sharing Made Easy

Send PDFs, documents, spreadsheets, slideshows, and more, without the hassle of email or file-sharing apps. You can send documents up to 100 MB, so it’s easy to get what you need over to who you want.

VOICE MESSAGES – Say What’s On Your Mind

Sometimes, your voice says it all. With just one tap you can record a Voice Message, perfect for a quick hello or a longer story.

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WhatsApp making Status accessible from the Chat screen




WhatsApp’s traditional Status section became controversial after the Channels feature integration. The messenger app replaced the list form of Status with Instagram-like heads. Well, WhatsApp is now testing the ability to make Status directly from the chat screen.

According to WABetaInfo, WhatsApp Beta for Android is rolling out with the ability to check Status from the Chat screen. Status updates can also be visible in the conversation screen as the status ring now appears around the profile photo within the top app bar.

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This change significantly enhances the overall user experience by minimizing the need to navigate between tabs, and improving the process of staying connected with your contacts by viewing their status updates even from the conversation screen.

In addition, this reduced navigation not only enhances efficiency but also contributes to a more user-friendly experience. It’s very important to note that if you choose to mute status updates from a particular contact, you won’t see them when you open the conversation with that contact.

WhatsApp Status Ring

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WhatsApp Chat Backup – A big shift on the way to affect all!



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Google offers 15GB of free cloud storage to all accounts, shared across Drive, Gmail, and Photos. On Android devices, WhatsApp offers an automated backup service that regularly creates a backup of your chat history on Google Drive.

In its recent announcement, Google said that WhatsApp chat backup will start counting toward your Google Account cloud storage limit. Beta users will shift to this change next month, with expansion scheduled until early 2024.

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As long as you have available space within your Google Account, WhatsApp backups will continue to work. However, you’ll need to free up space to restart automatic backup in case you hit the storage limit (15GB).

Google’s announcement notes that WhatsApp backup experience on Android will be in line with how it works on other platforms, with the added benefit of Google’s 15 GB of storage available at no charge.

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