According to WABetainfo, the meta-owned instant messaging programme Whatsapp has announced a rise in the number of users in groups to 512.
Whatsapp has agreed to increase the number of group members from 256 to 512. The app has received a slew of new features, including emoji replies similar to those seen in iMessage, greater fie sharing limits, new audio note tools, and more. The Meta-owned messaging app, on the other hand, has no intention of slowing down.
According to WABetainfo, the announcement to expand group members was made last month, and it has now begun to be given to beta users on Android, iPhone, and PC
WhatsApp is releasing larger groups with 512 participants to everyone!
You can finally create and join groups with up to 512 people by using the latest versions of WhatsApp for Android, iOS, and Desktop!https://t.co/KEGmGwR3De
— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) June 10, 2022
“One of the top requests we’ve continually gotten is the opportunity to add more people to a conversation,” WhatsApp stated in an official statement last month. “So today we’re gently rolling out the ability to add up to 512 individuals to a group.”
With the current version of WhatsApp beta, the option to add up to 512 individuals to a group is becoming more widely available.
The new functionality will be available in the stable version of WhatsApp shortly. You may join up for the WhatsApp Beta programme here if you want to utilize it right now.
The functionality should be available in the stable version of the app shortly. Sign up for the beta programme if you want to check it out.
The addition of larger groups follows WhatsApp’s recent increase in the file-sharing capacity to 2GB, which is now generally accessible on the stable channel. WhatsApp is also said to be working on an edit button that would allow users to make changes to messages that have already been delivered.