WhatsApp operates with a new feature that would allow users to secretly position their angry WhatsApp groups. Remember the last time a party that you don’t want to be part of was added to? Ok, now WhatsApp will relieve your anxiety and you don’t even have to leave the party.
According to news, the messaging app from Facebook introduces a new feature that substitutes for “Still” the option of relocating a community for a single year. Yeah, you read it correctly and your party will be silenced forever by the Messaging app.
The “mute always” choice for the new WhatsApp beta update for Android 126.96.36.199 has been found according to WAbetainfo. The screenshot of the WhatsApp task tracker shows that for “one year” no mute group was exchanged, replaced with the “Still” mute group.
This means WhatsApp will keep chats and groups quiet until the settings are updated to normal. WhatsApp had previously allowed users to remain silent for up to one year on their WhatsApp community, but once the period was over things returned to normal.
This may be an important function for those who can’t leave or delete too many non-important parties. If you always choose the mute option, updates of the groups will never be received no matter what. Users can, however, access the band and check the chats but frequent and unnecessary alerts do not torment them during the day.
It should be noted that users now do not have the Mute Always option, so do not look for this in the menu of your settings. As recorded in WAbetainfo, the function is being built and WhatsApp checks all the options and fixes all the problems without officially implementing them for the users. The feature was spotted in the latest Android beta.
Beta users are free to upgrade their WhatsApp to the new edition of the Play Store. However, you can refresh and then test it after a few hours if the option is not available in the Play Store. WhatsApp worked on many important features in recent times including enhanced search mode and the most previewed multi-device support.