A new WhatsApp beta for Android that allows users to create group polls in a future update of the app is about to be rolled out.
According to the American instant messaging service, the ability to create group polls is under development so it will be released in the future.
WhatsApp disclosed the information today when it rolled out a new update through the Google Play Beta Program, bringing the version up to 184.108.40.206.
According to the instant messaging service, the new update will be featured on future updates of WhatsApp beta for iOS and WhatsApp Desktop beta to create group polls.
This new feature seems pretty similar to the ones we saw on WhatsApp beta for Android and Desktop: there are various fields where you may fill in the question and its options, and you can add up to 12 options.
WhatsApp is a famous cross-platform text messaging app that allows users to send and receive messages and make phone calls using only an internet plan. The most widely used messenger on the planet has more than two billion monthly active users.
WhatsApp is, without a doubt, the best messaging app. Video and Voice Calls are two of WhatsApp’s most important features. This means you’ll be able to call people on your contact list who are also using this app for free. It does away with the requirement for a texting package. Secure encrypted texting allows you to hold a secure chat or group chat. You may effortlessly engage with a big number of individuals using group messaging and its pro tools.
Unfortunately, no release date has been set, so we don’t know when WhatsApp plans to deploy the feature. However, remember that this is the first beta update for WhatsApp beta for Android, and they are working on group polls. Stay connected with Techgenyz for more updates on the new features.