Tech News Desk – To improve the user experience, Meta is constantly redesigning and adding new features to WhatsApp for mobile, tablet, desktop and web users. Some time ago WhatsApp started ‘Join Beta Program’ for web users. Now the company has given two new updates to the web beta users, which will soon be available to the general web users as well.
According to Wabetainfo, a website that tracks the development of WhatsApp, WhatsApp is soon going to provide web users with a redesigned chat share sheet and emoji panel. Currently both these updates have been released for some beta testers. If you are connected to the beta program of WhatsApp Web, then you will also get to see these updates. For your convenience, we are adding the picture of the update here.
Earlier on the app it used to be that on clicking on the emoji panel, it would flash across the screen. Similarly, the chat share sheet is also looking different now, which is going to change soon. That is, its UI has been changed by the company. In the new update, instead of coming in the whole screen, the emoji panel flashes on one side, which improves the user experience.
WhatsApp has released the chat lock feature for Android users some time back. With its help, users can hide their chatty chats. To lock the chat, the fingerprint option has to be turned on and as soon as this is done, the chat will be shifted to a different folder. No update or message of locked chat will come in the notification, for this users will have to open the locked folder.