For Android users, WhatsApp has recently begun rolling out a new keyboard featuring an emoji bar. The Meta-owned platform is currently developing a new functionality to filter chat list talks.
WhatsApp is creating a new filter button for the app, according to WABetaInfo. Testers of the Android beta version can currently access the feature. You must install the Android beta version 220.127.116.11 in order to use the feature. “WhatsApp intends to replace the tabs that were once present there before being replaced by the bottom navigation bar with three filters at the top of the conversation list. These filters offer options for categorizing chats according to unread messages, intimate exchanges, and professional discussions. Although these filters are tailored to particular chat types, the research notes that the lack of a filter specifically for group chats is conspicuous.
The ability to filter the conversation list is being worked on and will be made accessible in a subsequent app release.
Users of WhatsApp on Windows can now change the text size
WhatsApp recently made it possible for Windows users to choose the font size. By giving users the option to change the font size displayed on their desktop screens, this new feature seeks to improve the overall user experience. The text resizing option is located in WhatsApp’s app settings, specifically under the “Personalization” section. With this innovation, users will now have a simple option to change the text size on the Windows app. New shortcuts for swiftly changing the text size have also been included by WhatsApp. Users can change the text size by pressing CTRL +/-, and they can also revert it to the default size by pressing CTRL + 0.