WhatsApp is adding many new features to the UWP desktop app for Windows. I recently saw a meta-owned messaging platform adding design elements for Windows 11 earlier this year, but dark mode support was added only recently. Currently, the company is testing a “single view” feature for media files that allows users to send lost photos and videos to WhatsApp recipients.
WhatsApp test shows UWP app features once
According to a report by the reputable WhatsApp beta tracker WABetaInfo, The company recently released a beta update for its UWP app. The update to migrate the app to version 2.2212.2.0 adds a “view once” feature.
function Allows users to send media files that can only be viewed once to the recipient.. Once the user opens the view, the submitted image or video will be displayed for a while before it is automatically removed from the chat. You can see a preview of the feature in the screenshot attached below.
For those who don’t know, once the display function is not new, It has been Available on iOS and Android versions of WhatsApp From last year. This feature helps improve the privacy of WhatsApp users when sharing media content on the platform. However, the recipient can take a screenshot or screenshot of the view before the content is automatically deleted.
For availability of new features in WhatsApp UWP apps, WABetaInfo Report Currently under development Only available to some beta testers. Therefore, it may take some time before it becomes available in the stable version.
Other than this WABetaInfo We also discovered a new pop-up menu for phone numbers in the latest WhatsApp beta (v184.108.40.206) for Android. This new feature displays a pop-up menu with various options when you tap a phone number in the chat window.
If the phone number is not in WhatsApp, the user has two options. Dial the number through the default dialer app or add it to your contacts. However, if that number is available on WhatsApp, Get additional “chat” options Start a conversation with your contacts immediately. Let’s see how the new pop-up menu works.
Come to availability, This feature is only available to a few beta testers It has not been deployed to the stable version yet. Remember, WhatsApp recently introduced a number of voice messaging features that were previously in beta. Therefore, it is likely that these aforementioned features will soon be introduced to the general public. Stay tuned for future updates. Let us know what you think about what’s new in WhatsApp in the comments below.