WhatsApp released, on Monday (28), an update that will hide the warnings of muted conversations in the iPhone (iOS) app icon. Messenger verse 2.19.110 no longer displays the red indicator when silenced chat messages arrive. Before the news, the user did not receive audible, vibrating, or notifications alerts, but the app symbol showed the number of messages, including unwanted conversations.
The change, long awaited by some users, is useful for those in various groups and no longer wants to be bothered with warnings of all messages. What's new is not for Android users, as Google system users can choose to "View notifications" when they silence a contact or group.
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The new WhatsApp update has also released other features for iPhone (iOS) users. From now on, alignment guides can be used to position stickers, emojis, and other items during media editing. In addition, the app now displays a start screen with the messenger icon whenever it opens.
Last Monday (21), WhatsApp began releasing for testing a privacy feature that lets you choose who can add you to groups in the app. You can choose from anyone, just contacts, or create exceptions. The news is available from WhatsApp Beta versions 188.8.131.52 and 2.19.298 on iPhone (iOS) and Android respectively. Another function awaited by users is the Dark Mode, which should soon arrive at the messenger.
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