Over the course of the previous few months, WhatsApp has added several new features. these features have improved the overall user experience. just recently, we learned that the company is now going to introduce Channels. Channels are a new and quite useful feature. It can broadcast messages and notify every member just instantly. You can learn more about it here.
As of now, the company is testing a new feature. It is reported that the new feature will send alerts to users when the feature becomes available. Well, the channels feature is not unique to WhatsApp. It was formerly available on Telegram. It is evident that WhatsApp has copied this feature from Telegram. The Channels feature will gradually roll out to all users. it is available to users in Singapore and Colombia. It is being introduced in collaboration with a few organizations.
Beta testers don’t have access to WhatsApp Channels
All WhatsApp users will eventually have the ability to create channels. It’s unfortunate that despite the functionality being accessible when you click on the channel links, you can’t use them. Furthermore, it’s unclear when time your account will be permitted to start a channel. WhatsApp is developing an in-app mechanism that will alert you when this new function is accessible to you in order to make the process easier.
The WhatsApp Channels notification system was discovered in the app beta version 220.127.116.11, claims WABetaInfo. The Google Play Store hosts this version of the application. To obtain it, though, you must be a participant in the beta program. Please be aware that the feature is not yet available to beta testers and is still undergoing testing. According to WABetaInfo, once a user clicks on the Channels-related pop-up menu, the user will get sign-up for the notifications. In this way, the user will receive the notification as soon as the feature arrives. Users also have the choice to ignore the notification by pressing the Dismiss option.
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