Some beta testers have apparently been granted access to check status updates within the chat list on WhatsApp. According to the source, the new functionality was included with the WhatsApp beta for Android version 188.8.131.52. Previously, the functionality was said to be in the works. The new functionality is supposed to allow users to read the status update by clicking on a contact's display photo within the chat list. The new function can also be stopped by simply muting all status updates, according to the article.
The WhatsApp beta for Android version 184.108.40.206 has reportedly been made available to some beta testers, according to a report from WhatsApp features tracker WABetainfo. WhatsApp's new beta version purportedly includes the option for users to view status updates from their contacts within the conversation list.
According to reports, WhatsApp users will be able to read a contact's status changes in their conversation list by clicking on their display photo. The article further stated that this function can be turned off simply by muting all status updates in the WhatsApp for Android app. According to the article, the feature may be made available to more beta testers in the coming weeks. The above-mentioned beta version is also likely to be available for iOS in the future, according to the report. WhatsApp has yet to officially announce a release date for this feature.
The WhatsApp native app for Windows was just made available by the instant messaging service. The native Mac app's beta version was also made available by the company. The company asserts that the native Windows software improves performance and dependability. According to WhatsApp, it was created and optimized for desktop operating systems.
A previous rumor claimed that WhatsApp has begun releasing a beta version of the Android app with the ability to undo deleted messages. According to reports, users can restore unintentionally deleted texts.