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WhatsApp has many updates and here’s a round of what is coming up as per the sources. According to reports, WhatsApp is also developing WhatsApp Premium, a messaging software subscription service for companies. There’s not just that, there are more updates too.

WhatsApp Premium

WaBetaInfo made the initial announcement about it earlier this year. It will be an optional premium package that will be accessible to some business accounts, according to WaBetaInfo. Users can quickly sign up for this plan by going to Settings, where they will find a new section labeled “WhatsApp Premium.” Recently, attention has been drawn to the app’s business edition. WhatsApp just added a new business tools tab in place of the camera tab in the business version to enhance the functionality and user experience.

More Reactions to WhatsApp

WaBetaInfo, WhatsApp update-sharing website has announced a minor update for WhatsApp beta for Android update. The company is working on increasing the number of reactions from three to four that appear within chat bubbles in a group chat.

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New App Side Bar

According to WaBetaInfo, “WhatsApp is redesigning the Windows native beta app by adding a new app sidebar that lets you easily reach the list of your status updates, chats, settings, and profile. In addition, it is finally possible to reply to status updates.”

WhatsApp Voice Notes

They have also posted about how WhatsApp is now rolling out a new feature for voice notes: select beta testers are able to speed up voice notes on Windows beta! This comes after providing the option to reply to status updates and a new app sidebar!

WhatsApp Edit feature for messages


In one of the major updates, they have also made available- the feature that will allow you to edit the messages. This will allow users to edit any message they send. The important detail about editing messages is a function that WhatsApp is working on adding in a future update: altered messages will be identified with the label “Edited,” and users will have up to 15 minutes after sending their message to make changes.