New Delhi: Meta-owned WhatsApp is reportedly rolling out a new feature – “Approve new participants” in group settings – for some beta testers on Android and iOS. According to WABetaInfo, this feature will allow group administrators to manage how the approval of new members in their group works. Specifically, when the option is enabled, anyone attempting to join a group will be subject to approval by an admin.
Furthermore, the report states that the feature could provide more control over who joins the group – by toggling the Approve new participants option, group admins will now be able to approve or deny new participants when they join the group. would be able to, even if they used it. A group invite link. ,Also Read: Biryani ATM: Chennai-based start-up launches India’s first Biryani takeout outlet,
Furthermore, it can also help administrators limit the large number of requests they receive from people who want to join a subset of their community. ,Also Read: Smartphones Coming In March 2023: See Full List Here,
The report states that the feature will be rolled out to more beta testers in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp is reportedly developing a new feature – “silence unknown callers” – that will allow users to mute calls from unknown numbers by showing them in the call list and notification center.
The new feature is currently under development on WhatsApp Beta for Android.