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WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, is renowned for releasing new features periodically. The business has reportedly developed a new mute shortcut that will appear in the group chats’ header.

According to WABetaInfo, a WhatsApp development tracker, this feature would make it simple for users to turn off or mute notifications that have been received in a group.

The mute shortcut for group chats is presently in development and will become available to the general public once the feature is complete. It has become pretty clear that the business is constantly working on things to enhance the experience of its users.

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In addition, they are reportedly working on launching contact cards, which have already started rolling out to some beta customers and are slated to launch for the rest of the population very soon. Users will be able to simply add contact cards to the recipient’s address book by using this functionality to share contact cards with them.

The WhatsApp messaging service recently made it possible to include polls in both group and private discussions. Users can make questions and answers, multiple choice questions, etc. within the chat using this, and they can also receive immediate responses.

The business is also trying to make a new tool available that will let consumers post voice comments about their status. Users will be able to share voice notes up to 30 seconds long together with texts using this functionality. The feature is now being created.

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