Mark Zuckerberg revealed two new upgrades for WhatsApp groups on Tuesday. Admins will have more control over the privacy of their groups with the new changes.
These modifications follow those made over the previous few months, including group size increases and the addition of a message deletion feature for group administrators.
We’re thrilled to provide users with even more options so they can make the most of groups, which are still a crucial component of WhatsApp. In order to make things easier to use for everyone and more managed for administrators, we’re thrilled to launch a few new enhancements today,” stated the statement from Meta.
Let’s discuss the new updates in detail
This will assist administrators in deciding whether or not a person can join a group. This function is crucial since groups are where people conduct some of their most private interactions. As a result, it’s critical for admins to be able to quickly select who may and cannot join a group.
Easily identify common groups
WhatsApp hopes to make it simple to identify the groups that users share with other users in light of the expansion of Communities and their bigger groups. You can now quickly search a contact’s name to view the groups you both belong to, whether you’re trying to recall the name of a group you know you both belong to or you just want to check the groups you both are in.