WhatsApp to launch new feature again

WhatsApp is testing a fresh spec that lets you send multiple contacts at once. Earlier, users were restricted to send just single contact at a time, but now that limit has been revoked. This spec is presenting up in the modern Android beta edition, and should roll out commercially soon.

Android police

Android police was the primary to spot this spec, and the report claims that the spec was introduced somewhere in WhatsApp beta for Android editions 2.17.123 or 2.17.122. This spec essentially jobs the same was as before, but instead of the limited to just one contact, the user can now send different contact details or email detail fast. This eradicates the need to do multiple actions on the application to send 2 or 3 contacts to the same person.

Definitely, if you are sending detail to multiple users, you will have to stick to the ancient technique of sending contacts individually. Amazingly, there emerges to be no ceiling restrict to the number of contacts you send, and we were capable to send over hundred contacts to one user simultaneously. The spec jobs the same way in individuals and group chats as well. The multiple contacts are send to the user in single box, opening which permits you to select which contacts info you can include to your smartphone, and which you want to keep as is. This is perfect as sending lots of contacts at once could clutter your chat feed.

Google Play

As described earlier, this spec is still in beta and if you want to use it quickly, sign up for being a beta tester on Google Play. There is no word on when it will roll out commercially for every person on iOS or Android.

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