WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, is currently building a variety of new tools and features that it plans to gradually roll out to users all around the world.
WhatsApp is planning many intriguing upgrades to improve users’ virtual chatting experiences, including the ability to message your own chat on the instant-messaging network and share video assets with a commentary.
WhatsApp has updated to allow group members’ profile photographs to be viewed. Previously, when a group chat member sent a message on WhatsApp, the contents of the message were saved under the sender’s contact information.
However, with this most recent addition, the user’s display photo comes first on the left side of the screen, followed by their name, and the text message appears below.
Because you may not have every member’s contact information preserved or know them all personally, WhatsApp’s latest version makes group chats more understandable, especially those with a large number of users.
This method will allow you to see the person’s set display photo. Due to WhatsApp’s strict privacy and security regulations, a user’s display photo will only be visible in a group chat if that user’s privacy settings allow it.
If the user has not shared their display picture with their contacts, including those in the group, WhatsApp’s default image will appear in the chat rather than their profile picture.
So yet, just a tiny number of WhatsApp users in India have noticed the new feature to their app. Everyone will be able to use the feature within a day or two.
According to recent reports, WhatsApp is also working on a feature that will allow users to share contact cards within the share sheet of a single chat on the social networking platform.