WhatsApp is working on a feature that will allow group admins to delete messages for everyone, as per the beta update of WhatsApp for Android. This ability of administrators will inevitably help them to keep the group running optimally. It is being rolled out to a handful of testers. The second feature the instant-messaging app is working on is a kind of chatbot that will deliver in-app announcements for new features from WhatsApp within the application itself. This feature is also being tested for Android.
Both the features have been spotted by WABetainfo, a platform that tests WhatsApp features before releasing them to the public. first featureWhatsApp for Android 188.8.131.52 spotted in beta, is becoming available to a small group of testers and suggests that WhatsApp Soon the group will allow administrators to delete messages for everyone. A group administrator can delete incoming messages for everyone in the group. Group members will be able to see that the admin has deleted a message sent by another group participant via the chat bubble. This feature will help group admins to moderate their WhatsApp group in a better way.
second feature There is also for Android users on WhatsApp and it is still under development. As per available information, this feature will provide localized in-app announcements for new features from WhatsApp within the application itself. This will help users to keep up-to-date about the news related to the WhatsApp feature.
In addition to the in-app announcements, users can also receive “tips and tricks to improve their experience within WhatsApp.” It can also be a portal for WhatsApp’s owner Meta to send information about privacy and security. It should be noted that this chat will be read-only as well as end-to-end encrypted. In addition, users can also block this chat in the future, according to WABetainfo.
Both of these features have not yet been fully rolled out to the public and have no release date. As mentioned, the admin delete feature has been rolled out to a very small number of beta testers.