WhatsApp has rolled out some new features in the past few days. There have been some rumours spreading around that whatapps is testing ‘Reply Privately’ feature for some time
WhatsApp has rolled out some new features in the past few days. There have been some rumours spreading around that whatapps is testing ‘Reply Privately’ feature for some time. Now it seems that they mistakenly rolled out the new feature in a beta update.The Reply Privately feature enables the users to send messages privately in individual or group chat. As per WaBetaInfo (@wabetainfo), a Twitter account that tracks changes in WhatsApp’s beta builds, the developers mistakenly enabled the feature.
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The tweet said, “In the new WhatsApp beta for Windows Phone 2.17.344 the private reply feature is disabled.WABetaInfo said that the Private Reply option will only be available in group chats and will be included in the small menu that pops-up when users press and hold on a message. They can then quote the message in a Private
Reply to users, sent as a personal chat. In the early form it was spotted, there were still several bugs, WABetaInfo noted, such as being visible in personal chats rather than just group chats.
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They further highlight that the new feature will be available only in group chat for the time being and will be included in the small menu which pops-up whenever a user press and hold on a message.
also, recently said that the company whatapp will end support for some smartphone platforms by the end of this year. The company announced this news via its official blog post.The company in an official blog post said, “It will end support for operating systems from BlackBerry, Microsoft Windows and Nokia. According to
WhatsApp’s blog on devices nearing end-of-life timelines, users of BlackBerry OS and BlackBerry 10; Windows Phone 8.0 and older devices; and Nokia S40 will not be able to use WhatsApp properly after December 31, 2017.”
The company further added, “While these mobile devices have been an important part of our story, they don’t offer the kind of capabilities we need to expand our ap]]>