A new WhatsApp beta for Android that allows users to create a larger group with 512 participants has been officially rolled out today.
According to the American instant messaging service, the new feature makes it possible for users to create groups with 512 participants, and allow them to add later by opening group information.
The feature named “Larger Groups” had been earlier rolled out on WhatsApp beta for Android, iOS, and Desktop, last month, according to Wabetainfo, with a limited number of beta testers. Still, today, WhatsApp is finally rolling out the feature to all users on the latest versions of the app.
Fortunately, this feature is now accessible to almost all users and will be available to everyone within 24 hours, so make sure to update your WhatsApp app from the Play Store, App Store, or TestFlight. WhatsApp beta for Android 184.108.40.206 and newer updates and WhatsApp beta for iOS 220.127.116.11 users can now enjoy this fascinating feature starting from today.
It is extremely simple to check if the feature is already available for your WhatsApp account: simply try to form a group and see how many people can be joined to it. People who install the most recent stable releases of WhatsApp for Android, iOS, and Desktop can also create and join larger groups, which are not confined to the beta version of the program.
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.
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