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WhatsApp working on the new Communities feature for Android and iOS users

Group Admin can now create the other group in the group. WhatsApp to roll out the new Communities feature.

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WhatsApp is working on the new Communities feature. It always rollout the amazing feature for users to enhance their users’ experience. You must be using it to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others. It is one of the most popular instant messaging apps.

Recently it has rolled out the new label From Meta. Now it is working on the new Communities feature. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp’s new Communities feature. Read this post till the end to know more about this.

WhatsApp new Communities feature

WhatsApp working on the new Communities feature that gives more control to the group Admin. Group Admin can create the other groups within the group and invite users. Group Admin can invite the other users via community invite Link using the Communities feature and connect with the other users.

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WhatsApp working on new Communities feature
Image Credit: WABetaInfo

XDA Developers first spotted the communities feature some weeks ago. Now the WABetaInfo the feature tracker of WhatsApp has also spotted this feature. The Communities feature will work similarly as the channels are arranged under the umbrella Discord community. This feature is currently under development so there is no report that how the new community chat looks like. But as per the WABetaInfo that chats between people will be protected by end-to-end encryption.

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As per the WABetaInfo hint, that the layout of the Community icon is different. You can see in the image that the community icon is square with rounded edges. WhatsApp has also enabled this layout mistakenly for all profile photos. But it has removed immediately. This feature is currently under development and it will roll out soon for Android and iOS users.

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