A new camera interface and the "Delete for Everyone" feature are being tested by WhatsApp's group administrators.

A new camera interface and the "Delete for Everyone" feature are being tested by WhatsApp's group administrators.

It appears that WhatsApp is constantly developing the platform in order to make it even more convenient for its users. It's possible that the business is testing new features, such as moving the flash shortcut and redesigning the camera button, that indicate this. While these modifications are small, the most significant addition is the ability for group administrators to delete messages for everyone. WhatsApp is currently experimenting with a new camera interface and a feature called "Delete for Everyone."

 

In this approach, group administrators will be able to better restrict the propagation of fraudulent communications, spam, or any other messages that are not appropriate to be transmitted.. In this way, WhatsApp will clear its mage and wash away the long-running discussion about the service promoting misinformation, for example.

 

A new camera interface and the "Delete for Everyone" feature are being tested by WhatsApp's group administrators.

 

All of this data was obtained via WhatsApp for Android beta 2.22.1.2 from WABetaInfo. Some of the above-mentioned features can still be found in this release. Internal testing hasn't yet proven these to be ready for the beta stage, which implies that they aren't ready to be released to the public yet. In either event, the beta version of this functionality is expected to be released within the next few weeks.

 

As WABetaInfo has revealed, the camera has been reworked in the latest build. The Flash icon has been relocated to the top-right corner from the bottom-left, as shown in the screenshot below, and the Switch Camera button has a circular shade over it. To access your most recent images, a new camera interface may be found in the spot where the flashlight was previously located.

 

The option to erase entire groups of messages is quite useful, but we have no clue when it will be implemented. In addition, because this data comes from internal testing, there's a chance that the final product will have a few tweaks.

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