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WhatsApp adds List style into Channels section for better visibility

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WhatsApp has rolled out a new interface for the channel list, which is available for some beta testers with version 2.24.4.19. This new look makes it easier for users to navigate and access the updates from different channels.

The new interface for the channels list is similar to the one found in the chats tab. It also provides more space for the channel name and the last message, as well as a mute icon for the muted channels.

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In addition to this, WhatsApp recently announced that it was developing a feature to pin channels. However, the ability to pin channels is still not available in the latest WhatsApp beta for Android 2.24.4.19 update. This suggests that WhatsApp is still working on this feature and may release it in a future update.

If you are testing WhatsApp beta and you want to try out the new interface, make sure you have the latest version of WhatsApp beta for Android installed on your device.

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WhatsApp brings group and unread Chat Filters for better organization

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WhatsApp has introduced a new feature called Chat Filters to enhance the user experience. This feature simplifies the process of navigating through messages, making it quick and effortless. With the increasing volume of messages on WhatsApp, the ability to quickly access them is important.

The Chat Filters feature of WhatsApp helps users organize their chats better and focus on the most pressing conversations. The rollout of these filters has begun and will be available to all users in the upcoming weeks.

By tapping on these filters at the top of the chat list, users can sort their messages with ease. It offers three convenient options:

All: This filter shows every message or we can say a default view of all

Unread: This filter highlights conversations that require attention, displaying both marked unread and new messages.

Groups: It contains all group conversations, including Community subgroups, in one place. This filter is much-anticipated addition for organizing all group chats.

With the introduction of the Chat Filters feature, WhatsApp aims to improve functionality and ensure users can focus on their most important messages.

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WhatsApp prompts banner to encourage inviting new users

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WhatsApp is enhancing user engagement with a new feature that prompts users to invite their contacts to join the messaging platform. This feature appears as a banner at the top of the chat list and is part of a targeted campaign to increase the app’s user base.

It is currently available to a select group of users who have installed the latest WhatsApp updates on iOS and Android devices. The banner aims to remind users to encourage their friends and family to use WhatsApp.

This approach is especially useful in countries where WhatsApp users are less, as it serves as a visible and convenient prompt for users to invite more people to the platform. By highlighting the advantages of new features and a unified chat experience, WhatsApp is looking to attract more users and maintain its position as a leading messaging service.

The feature is expected to be rolled out more widely in the coming weeks. This new move indicates that WhatsApp wants to keep users informed and connected, using the visibility of in-app notifications.

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WhatsApp drawing tool goes handy with 24 default palette colors

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WhatsApp is rolling out a new beta update for Android devices, which brings a redesigned drawing tool. Users can identify the latest beta update through version 2.24.9.6, available on Google Play Store

The fresh beta update shows a new design that relocates the brush and color selection tools to the bottom of the screen. This change is particularly beneficial for larger screens, where reaching the top of the screen can be inconvenient.

Additionally, WhatsApp plans to expand color choices with a palette of 24 default colors, making it easier for users to choose and apply colors quickly. By placing the drawing tool in an easy-to-access place, WhatsApp will allow users to focus less on navigating the interface and more on their creativity.

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As the update is still in development, more details will be provided once available. Aside from this, WhatsApp is also preparing to release Contacts Suggestion features, revamped Status Updates tray, locked chats for linked devices, and more.

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