Meta’s messaging service is testing a new feature that will allow users to manage their chats within the desktop app that is reportedly being developed by WhatsApp. While using the web version of the app, you will be able to select multiple chats at once and carry out specific actions thanks to this. On its Android and iOS apps, WhatsApp currently only provides the option to select multiple chats. Users can archive, delete, select multiple chats, mark them as read or unread, and more with a single command.
According to WABetaInfo, the WhatsApp for Desktop Beta is working on a new feature that will, in a future update, enable users to select multiple chats. Users may be able to select multiple chats at once, mute them all, or mark them as read or unread with this feature, according to reports. It is now easier to manage WhatsApp chats.
A screenshot of the new feature that WABetaInfo shared shows the new Select Chat option in the dropdown menu. Specifically, a rollout date has not been confirmed for this feature, which is currently in development.
In the meantime, the Instant His messaging platform is working on a second feature that will let users of its desktop app report questionable status updates from their personal computers or laptops. The status that is allegedly in violation of our Terms of Service will then be reviewed by us. WhatsApp right now just offers the choice to report dubious or spam messages to the organization to stop the spread of noxious substances on its foundation.
Apps for instant messaging are made even more secure by this new method of reporting status updates. End-to-end encryption safeguards messages, voice calls, media, location sharing, calls, and status updates; consequently, reported status updates are encrypted from beginning to end. In the future, WhatsApp Beta for Android and iOS will also receive this feature.