WhatsApp revolutionizes group chats with its new ‘Recent Content’ feature

WhatsApp revolutionizes group chats with its new ‘Recent Content’ feature
WhatsApp revolutionizes group chats with its new ‘Recent Content’ feature

The new section will provide information for users to manage their storage memory. (AP Photo/Patrick Sison, File)

WhatsApp is preparing to add a feature that promises to change the way users interact in their group chats. This new feature, which is currently being developed and is expected to be available soon, has the main objective of making it easier for users to manage and view important messages in environments where the large amount of content causes a lot of information to be lost.

From WABetaInfo they assure that The Meta messaging app is developing this feature and is currently testing it in beta for Android.so only a small user base can access it.

Surely we are all in some group in which there are a large number of people, so at some point during the day a chaos of messages is generated and when we return we have a lot to read. Something that causes us to miss important information and that is the problem that WhatsApp wants to solve.

The feature the app is working on is a “Recent Content” section. This feature will be integrated directly into the main interface of the application, allowing users to quickly and organizedly access all the multimedia content shared in the groups.

The new section will provide information for users to manage their storage memory. (WABetaInfo)

According to what has been seen in the beta version, this feature will not only group recent images, videos, links and documents, but also will provide detailsIt’s like the name of the file, the chat it comes from, and the space occupied on the device.

In addition to facilitating the viewing of multimedia content, the new WhatsApp feature also aims to improve storage management on users’ mobile devices. It will allow you to easily identify the largest files and delete those that are no longer needed, thus freeing up valuable space on your phone.

This initiative is part of WhatsApp’s efforts to improve the user experience in the face of the growth of group chats. By simplifying navigation and content management in these types of conversations, The platform seeks to ensure that users can quickly access relevant information without getting lost in the information overload typical of active groups.

The new section will provide information for users to manage their storage memory. (dpa)

Although the “Recent Content” feature is still in beta and available to a select group of users, It is expected to soon be available to everyone in the stable versions of iOS and Android.

In addition to the “Recent Content” feature, WhatsApp is also developing other notable improvements. These include the ability to receive notifications of community events directly through the app, which will make it easier for users to be aware of meetings, celebrations or other important events organized in groups.

Also, the Meta app is testing voice memo transcription. The function would have the ability to identify the language of the audio and then transcribe it into English, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and Hindi to convert them into text. This would mean that WhatsApp could become a real-time interpreter.

WhatsApp is testing voice memo transcription and AI integration to create profile photos. (Illustrative image Infobae)

Finally, WhatsApp would be exploring a new feature that would allow users to create images generated by artificial intelligence from indicationsdirectly from a chat and without having to leave the application.

This future update would include the use of Meta AI, Meta’s intelligent artificial intelligence assistant, integrated into social networks such as Instagram, Facebook and WhatsApp.

Meta AI is capable of complex reasoning, following instructions, visualizing ideas, and solving nuanced problems. However, This technology is not yet deployed worldwide and only works in specific markets and selected users.

 
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