WhatsApp, owned by Meta, is said to be introducing a new feature to iOS that will allow community admins to choose who has permission to add members to group chats within their communities. This feature gives administrators more control over community management. To enable this feature, community administrators can access the community settings screen and toggle the corresponding option.
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According to research from WABetaInfo, by default, the ability to add members directly is limited to community admins. Nevertheless, some community administrators may choose to allow anyone to add members without requiring an invitation link.
In such cases, individuals may choose the option “Everyone.” If this feature is not already available, access may be granted to certain accounts in the coming weeks.
According to the report, the ability to regulate who is authorized to add members to community group chats is available to iOS users who download WhatsApp from the App Store.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp is reportedly introducing a new feature to Android that aims to provide channel creators with up-to-date information about the status of their channels, especially if their channels are blocked in certain countries. ing.
This action is in response to laws that require platforms to restrict access to certain content within certain regions. This feature allows WhatsApp to notify channel creators if their channels are restricted from being published in certain countries due to legal obligations.
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