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WhatsApp is testing a feature that solves the problem of group chaos

WABetaInfo reported that WhatsApp is currently testing a new feature that allows users to set an expiry date for groups.

And he said The site that specializes in monitoring experimental features in WhatsApp is that it monitored the feature in version of the service application in the (iOS) system.

WABetaInfo added that this beta version of WhatsApp contains some general improvements and bug fixes.

He also said that WhatsApp is working on a new feature called Expiring groups, which allows users to set a “specific expiry date” for their groups.

And the site explained that after the end date is reached, users will see an alert to clean the groups. He also posted screenshots showing that the option to set the group’s end date will be within the group’s information.

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After launching this feature, users will be able to choose from multiple expiration options, such as: day, week, or custom date. They will also be able to remove the previously set end date if they choose to undo the end date. This option appears to be for moderators as it will not apply to other participants in the group.

It is believed that the (finished groups) feature may provide a good solution to a common problem, as groups tend to be chaotic, and may become unimportant over time.

In addition, the feature provides users with a good storage tool to save space by managing groups over time, especially for groups that create a timer for certain events, such as: organizing a party.

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This, and it is indicated that (terminated groups) is a feature under development and may be launched in a future update of the application.

It is also noteworthy that WABetaInfo had reported two days ago that WhatsApp is currently testing a new feature that allows users to mute incoming calls from unknown numbers.

The site published a screenshot of the feature under the title (Silence unknown callers), and WhatsApp explains it by saying: “Calls from unknown numbers will be muted. It will be displayed in the list of calls and notifications.

Those interested in trying out the new features can sign up WhatsApp beta program On Android, the latest beta version of the app can also be downloaded and installed manually from here. You can also sign up for the (iOS) beta program from here.