Whatsapp new features launched by The world’s largest messaging app, Whatsapp has given the group admin a new power. Under this, the Group Administrator can now stop sending any message to any member, i.e. no group will be able to send messages of the wishes of the administrator.
According to Whatsapp Beta Info, the site that tests the new features of Whatsapp, Restricted Groups is going to feature the new version 2.17.430 of this app. Under this, the admin can prohibit any member from sending photos, videos, GIFs, documents or voice messages to the group.
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WhatsApp New Features & Admin Power
The “Restricted Groups” setting coming in the new version will only be able to activate the group admin. Once the banning is done, the group member will only be able to see the message, although it will not be able to reply. If you have to post something then you have to get permission from the administrator first. For this, a button named “Message Admin” will be given. If the administrator approves that message then he will be posted to the group.
WhatsApp is testing a new feature called ‘Restricted Groups’. With the help of this feature, the part of the Group Administrator will have more power than ever before. Under this, the Group Administrator can now stop sending any message to any member, i.e. no group will be able to send messages of the wishes of the administrator. This talk has come out in media reports.
WhatsApp Admin New Power
According to the news of the news, if the administrator wishes, he can stop group members from posting messages, photos, videos, GIFs, documents and voice messages to the group. According to WABetaInfo, Whatsapp has given the ‘Restricted Groups’ features in version 2.17.430 on the Google Play Beta Program.
Restricted Groups’ setting can be activated only by group administrators. After this, the adman can send photos, videos, chats and other things in the group as usual, but other members can restrict them from doing so.
After the setting of the Restricted Groups setting, other members will be able to read the message in the group, but they will not be able to send anything. They will be given a ‘message admin’ button, so they can send their message to the group admin so that they share it in the group.
Only after accepting the message by the Group Administrator, it can be shared in the group. Whatsapp has announced in addition to advanced features, bug fixes and general improvements in upcoming updates. Whatsapp has 1.2 billion active monthly users and is available worldwide in 50 languages, including 10 Indian languages.