Newly restructured Meta-owned WhatsApp rolling out back-to-back feature updates to hold on the cliff edge. WhatsApp is now working on a feature fresh out of the oven, the company rolling out an ability to filter the app settings by introducing a search bar, for some beta testers.
The new feature would work in a great way of reducing the user’s time in the run of searching for the desired option like discovering Noah’s Ark. Previously, the company rolled out a bug fix update that plated out a tremble while playing videos on chats.
To cross the tide with a surfing board, it is now introducing a convenient feature that makes setting navigation hassle-free. Specifically, after installing the latest WhatsApp beta for iOS 22.214.171.124 update from the TestFlight app, some beta testers can now access the filter app settings.
As you can discern from the screenshot, WhatsApp is rolling a search bar within the app settings section. The search bar pops up at the top of the settings segment, and users can type what they want to see in the results, if you get the desired option you can go through it and find a way to end your chaos.
It would make the platform more convenient and free and easy. With a search bar inside the app settings, users can certainly save time and effort for users. The ability to filter settings by using the search bar is accessible to some beta testers that can be installed on the latest beta version of the app, and it is rolling out to even more users in the forthcoming days.
WhatsApp efforts to keep them alive on the first row would pay them off with different sets of paychecks from the users, only if the platform secures users from vile attacks. Bringing off some unnecessary features would make them go from a pinnacle to a landslide.