WhatsApp, the popular messaging app owned by Meta, is cooking up some exciting updates to enhance user experience. Among these updates is a new feature that will simplify managing multiple accounts on a single device. Currently being tested by beta users on Android, if all goes well, these changes may eventually roll out to everyone.
Multi-Account Feature: With this handy feature, you can add a second WhatsApp account directly from the app’s settings. That means you won’t need a separate app or device to access your additional account—it’s all in one place.
Interface Makeover: WhatsApp is also giving its interface a fresh look. The updated design aims to provide a more modern and user-friendly experience, making it easier for you to navigate through the app’s various options.
Profile Tab Access: The profile tab is getting a makeover too. It will now be conveniently located in your chat list, making it easy to access the app’s settings. This update will allow you to keep your conversations and notifications separate between your different accounts, making switching between them a breeze.
These exciting changes are currently available for beta testers who have installed the latest beta version of WhatsApp for Android.
Bonus: In other news, Meta’s CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has introduced a new WhatsApp app specifically for Mac users. This app comes with group calling features, allowing video calls with up to eight people and audio calls with up to 32 people. It’s designed to be user-friendly for Mac users, making it simple to share files and view chat history on larger screens.