Meta-owned messaging platform WhatsApp is reportedly working on a redesigned chat attachment menu for Android beta. Tweaked chat attachment menu is clearer and offers better user-friendly experience, reports WABetaInfo,
The new chat attachment menu is currently under development and is expected to be released in a future update to the application. According to the WhatsApp watchdog, the new interface will provide “users with a more modern and intuitive experience”. This feature is available in Android beta version 184.108.40.206 of WhatsApp.
Earlier this month, the messaging platform was working on a redesigned chat attachment menu for iOS beta. WhatsApp is planning to declutter and simplify the attachment menu for users of both the platforms.
Meanwhile, it was reported that WhatsApp is rolling out a new feature in Android beta that will display profile icons within group chats. The feature will help users better identify group members by showing them a profile icon, making it easier to join group conversations.
WhatsApp is also working on narrowing down the poll option to just one option. As WABetaInfo reports, the company is planning to introduce a new option within the poll composer that will allow the sender to limit the poll to only one option.
The report states that when users select multiple options in a poll, this “leads to some ambiguity, and it may be difficult to determine which option is the most popular or final result”.
However, with the new feature, the voting results will be clearer and more accurate.
The ability to limit the choice to only one option is currently under development and is expected to be released in a future update to the application.
– Written with inputs from IANS
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