WhatsApp group administrators will soon have new controls over posts made in these places of conversation and socialization. The news will first arrive in the test version (beta version) for Android devices.

This is a planned reinforcement of admin powers to be able to maintain proper chat for any user. That is, so that the respective administrators can moderate the chat rooms when necessary quickly and efficiently.

New controls arrive in WhatsApp groups

If you’re a group admin, you’ll be able to delete any messages for everyone in your groups in a future WhatsApp beta for Android update. A good moderation, finally. #WhatsApp pic.twitter.com/Gxw1AANg7M

— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) January 26, 2022

The news was recently advanced by the portal WABetaInfo, always on the lookout for new test versions and news that arrive on the online communications platform. Thus, we will have the possibility of deleting any message by the administrators.

Specifically, if they are administrators of a WhatsApp chat and so wish, they can delete any content when necessary. This booster will come with a future update to the messaging platform.

However, the new range of moderation features will debut in the Android beta app. As the publication indicates, this will be the first platform to test the new features that may later also reach the app for iPhone (iOS).

We will have more options to share images on WhatsApp

📝 WhatsApp for Android 2.22.4.4 beta: what’s new? WhatsApp is working on a redesigned media picker after taking a photo, for a future update.https://t.co/o5gkWf2iQ2

— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) January 26, 2022

More news is on the way to the messaging app for Android and iOS. That is to say, we have changes in the selector of multimedia files to be shared on the WhatsApp platform, as it was made known to the aforementioned platform.

The changes are subtle, consisting of two new tabs for images and multimedia content at our disposal. More specifically, we have the “Recent” images tab, as well as the access tab to the “Gallery” of the phone.

There users will be able to find, in a more organized way, all the images, videos, GIFs and other multimedia content.

Finally, the changes will arrive gradually and in stages to the messaging application, first reaching the Android platform and then iOS (iPhone).

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