San Francisco: According to reports, WhatsApp, a messaging service owned by Meta, is introducing longer group subjects and descriptions on the Android beta.
According to WABetainfo, these modifications will enable users to characterize groups more effectively.
To provide group admins greater leeway when naming their groups, the group subject’s character limit has been raised from 25 to 100.
It will be simpler to determine the group’s goal as a result.
The platform is also extending the group description from 512 characters to 2048 characters with the new upgrade.
The group administrators will have greater room to add significant information and group-related data as a result.
Users who download the most recent WhatsApp beta for Android update from the Play Store will have access to the option to select a longer group subject and description, according to the report.
The messaging service is reportedly developing a new feature that will enable users to exchange photographs in their original quality, according to a story from earlier this month.
The platform intends to include a new setting icon in the drawing tool header that will let users customize the quality of any photo. This will provide users more control over the quality of photos they are sharing, especially when delivering the photo in its original quality is required.