WhatsApp has announced news so that organizations, companies and other groups can communicate safely and achieve their goals on the platform. After announcing the emoji reactions, the service presented two more great novelties for users.
WhatsApp now allows you to send files up to 2 GB
After testing, the service finally allows you to send WhatsApp files of up to 2 GB, one at a time. These will be protected by end-to-end encryption. The previous limit was 100 MB.
“We think it will be useful for collaboration between small businesses and school groups. We recommend using Wi-Fi for larger files. We’ll show you a count as you upload or download files, so you know how long the transfer will take.”
WhatsApp groups can now add up to 512 people
One of the most requested requests to WhatsApp was the option to add even more people to a conversation. Now the platform announces the progressive implementation of adding up to 512 people to a group.
WhatsApp also states that “creating private and secure communities requires work and we are convinced that this set of improvements will help people and groups stay closer together.”
To these two novelties are added, as we already told you in this article, the . These began rolling out this Thursday and will be available to all users in the coming days.
If you are in a large WhatsApp group, the possibility of progressively reaching 512 users will definitely please you. And the same can be said for the 2 GB limit for sending files.