WhatsApp is redesigning the group settings menu

WhatsAppjeeps on introducing new features to its platform. Over the past few months, Meta’s messaging service has improved message editing, Chat Lock, polling functionality, saving disappearing messages, added support for auto-playing GIFs, and using WhatsApp on multiple phones. WhatsApp is also working on tweaking the interface of its Android app and recently rolled out a bottom navigation bar on its beta channel. Now WhatsApp is also planning to redesign the Group Settings menu to make it easier.

WhatsApp is redesigning the group settings menu

According to the WABetaInfo, the revamped group settings menu appears for some beta testers with the latest v2.23.11.11 build. The update also brings important options and introduced switches for adding other participants and sending messages.

The new Group Settings menu is a lot easier to navigate. This is in contrast to the current setup, where each option is hidden behind a different window.

As you can see in the screenshot above, the revamped group menu in WhatsApp doesn’t include any new options. It just pops up and lists the existing group management options in a better way. The redesigned menu is only available for group chats, not individual conversations.

WhatsApp has really made it easier to navigate its app. For now, the new Group Settings menu will only appear for some beta users. But don’t worry, WhatsApp will be rolling out this new feature to all users in the near future.

Also see: WhatsApp rolls out password reminder feature for end-to-end encrypted backups

Amir Hussain

Amir Hussain is the founder of Freemium World, a geek by nature and a professional Blog writer . I love to write about new technology trends, social media, hacking, blogging and much more.

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