A new group chat mute shortcut is apparently being developed by WhatsApp and will be made accessible in a future WhatsApp Desktop beta version. For its PC client, WhatsApp was also said to be working on a number of other features, including an official conversation where the firm would give advice and reveal future features.
Over 2 billion individuals use WhatsApp, a well-known instant messaging application, worldwide. The instant messaging service offered by Meta allows users to communicate with people and groups via text messages and audio and video conversations. Group chats on WhatsApp have long been a well-liked feature. The business made an update to this functionality last month to enable 1024 individuals to join WhatsApp Communities groups and sub-groups. With this new update, WhatsApp is enhancing group chats on desktop, making them more convenient and interesting.