After beta testing, WhatsApp has now made communities accessible to all and redesigned groups the way they did. Communities are basically a collection of groups and can be managed by one administrator.
WhatsApp announced the communities in a blog post, saying they were designed for schools and other groups that needed a more structured but multiple groups at the bottom.
Communities come here WhatsApp will enable communities to bring individual groups together under one umbrella with a structure that works for people. This way people can receive updates from the entire community and easily organize small discussion groups about what’s important to them. Communities will also have powerful new tools for administrators, including announcement messages that are sent to everyone and controls which groups can be included.
In addition to the arrival of the community, WhatsApp has also given a reuse to the features of existing groups. Now, groups can transfer files up to 2GB in size while administrators can also delete messages. Feedback can also be left on messages to eliminate the need to disrupt the whole group chat.
- Feedback – Emoji responses are coming to WhatsApp so people can quickly share their views with new messages without flooding the chat.
- Delete admin – Group admins will be able to remove incorrect or problematic messages from everyone’s chat.
- File Sharing – We’re increasing file sharing to support files up to 2 GB so people can easily collaborate on projects.
- Greater Voice Calls – We’ll introduce one-tap voice calls for up to 32 people with all new designs for the time when it’s better to talk live than chat.
All of this will make WhatsApp more useful for a larger group of people who no longer have to put everyone in a WhatsApp group. Now, those groups can become a community with smaller groups among them
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