WhatsApp, under the ownership of Meta, is reportedly rolling out a multi-account feature to beta testers on Android. This feature introduces a fresh interface for app settings, allowing users to seamlessly add an additional account on the same device directly within WhatsApp Settings.
Enhanced User Experience
This multi-account feature offers the convenience of keeping conversations and notifications separate, enabling users to effortlessly switch between accounts on a single device without the need for multiple devices or parallel apps.
The multi-account feature, coupled with the revamped app settings interface, is currently available to a select group of beta testers who have installed the latest WhatsApp beta update for Android. It is expected to gradually expand its availability to more users in the coming days.
As part of this update, users will also experience a redesigned settings interface, providing a more modern and intuitive navigation experience as they explore the various options within the app. This redesign extends to the profile tab within the chat list, making it easier for users to access the app’s settings.
In parallel news, Meta Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has introduced a new WhatsApp application for Mac users, featuring a group calling feature. This functionality allows for video calls with up to eight participants and audio calls with up to 32 participants.
Additionally, the company has introduced a message editing feature tailored for WhatsApp communities. This feature proves particularly useful in community announcement groups, where messages carry significant importance as they need to reach a large number of users effectively.
WhatsApp continues to evolve and enhance its features, providing users with a more versatile and user-friendly messaging experience.