According to the report, allowing users to automatically generate account and channels reports every month adds a layer of convenience to this feature…reports Asian Lite News
Meta-owned WhatsApp is reportedly developing a new feature designed to automatically create reports for both accounts and channels on Android.
The new feature, spotted by WABetaInfo, will automatically generate a monthly report once enabled, providing information about account and channel activity.
According to the report, allowing users to automatically generate account and channels reports every month adds a layer of convenience to this feature.
“Users won’t have to remember or manually initiate the process each time they want an update on their account and channel activities. This automated feature ensures timely delivery of relevant information without any user intervention, saving time and effort,” the report said.
In addition, this feature will also allow users to easily track changes in their account information by comparing the monthly reports generated for their account, the report added. The feature to automatically create account reports is under development and it will be available in a future update of the app.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp is reportedly working on a new file sharing feature that will allow users to easily share files with people nearby. Both users will need to open the ‘people nearby’ section to send and receive files, ensuring secure sharing within close proximity.
WhatsApp is also reportedly developing a feature that will allow users to select favourite contacts for a more convenient call placement on iOS. The feature, spotted by WABetaInfo, will appear at the top of the calls tab so a phone call is always just one tap away.
It is intended to improve overall accessibility by providing a quick and intuitive shortcut for calling favourite contacts directly from the calls tab.
“We believe that this feature will elevate the user experience by providing a personalised way to connect with their favourite contacts, improving the communication process,” the report said.
“By designating certain contacts as favourites, users can ensure that these contacts are readily available at the forefront of their calling interface,” it added.
The feature to designate favourite contacts is under development and it will be available in a future update of the app, according to the report.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp has started to roll out a new feature that lets iOS users create, edit and share their own stickers.
“You can now turn your photos into stickers or edit existing stickers. In other news, you’ll likely have to show the entire group chat how you did it. Rolling out now on iOS,” WhatsApp wrote in a post on Instagram. With this feature, you can turn your photos into stickers or personalise existing stickers.