WhatsApp introduces communities and other new features

WhatsApp will have a feature called “communities”, something that has been announced on the developer’s product blog during the day. The idea is to simplify communication and coordination within a larger group such as schools, non-profit organizations and clubs.

Messages and updates can be easily sent to all members of a community. These communities in turn have several subgroups, or member groups, for discussion. WhatsApp also promises new powerful tools for administrators.

The developer imagines, for example, a principal who can directly send out a message to all parents at the school. Groups will also have new features. They consist of message responses (emojis), file sharing up to 2GB, voice calls with up to 32 participants, and the ability for admins to delete messages.

This news will be sent out in the coming weeks.

Communities on WhatsApp will enable people to bring together separate groups under one umbrella with a structure that works for them. That way people can receive updates sent to the entire Community and easily organize smaller discussion groups on what matters to them.

Communities will also contain powerful new tools for admins, including announcement messages that are sent to everyone and control over which groups can be included.

Source: Swedroid by swedroid.se.

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