WhatsApp, the most popular messaging and video calling platform, has added a new feature that allows you to permanently mute (close) any person or group chat.
According to a foreign news agency, this option has recently been added to WhatsApp’s ‘chat settings. Earlier, the duration of any chat mute on WhatsApp was 8 hours, 1 week, or a year, but now users are given the option to mute the chat ‘forever’ instead of one year.
This new feature of WhatsApp is now available in both Android and iOS apps.
If you also want to permanently mute a chat on WhatsApp, follow the procedure below.
1. Open the chat you want to mute on WhatsApp.
- After opening the chat you will see the ‘Mute notification’ option on the top right-hand side of your screen.
- Now when you click on this mute notification option, under the new update, you will see the option to ‘Always chat’, after clicking on which the chat will be muted. Currently, only mobile phone users can make video and voice calling on WhatsApp but now with this new update, users will be able to make video and voice calling using WhatsApp web.
Will the WhatsApp web and video calling feature now be available?
According to recent reports from WhatsApp Beta Info, the call support update on the WhatsApp web will be made available to everyone in the next few weeks.
Screenshots have also been shared by WhatsApp Beta Info about what this feature will look like.
As can be seen in the screenshot, as soon as someone calls on the WhatsApp web, a new window will open which you can click on to receive and end the call.
WhatsApp, the most popular messaging and video calling app, keeps changing the app every day for the convenience of the users and now another big change is coming in the WhatsApp web.
According to a foreign news agency, WhatsApp is recently working on a new update that will make it much easier for users to use the WhatsApp web.
WhatsApp is also working on a video and voice calling support update on the WhatsApp web which will be rolled out to users soon.
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