All those billions of WhatsApp Messenger users on your smartphones and internet Web, here is a report that surfaced claiming WhatsApp is testing a new feature that lets you send multiple contacts at once. Soon than earlier, users were limited to send just one contact at a time, but now that limit has been revoked in the latest.
Version 2.17.123 is showing up this feature for on Android devices, and should roll out for everyone in the near future. First spotted this feature, according to the report, the multiple contacts sharing at once feature was introduced somewhere in WhatsApp for Android APK version 2.17.122 or in 2.17.123. Although this feature essentially the same way as how it was before, but instead of the restriction to just one contact. So the user can now download WhatsApp APK version 2.17.123 from the usual channels and update beta on their Android device. Then, they will be able to send multiple contact details or email info instantly.
However, with this new feature incoming, also eradicates the need to perform multiple actions on the WhatsApp application to send two or three contacts to the same person on Android WhatsApp Messenger.
Alternatively, if you’re sending information to multiple WhatsApp users, then, you will have to stick to the ancient method of sending contacts individually. Interestingly, what appears to be there is no ceiling limit to the number of contacts you can send, and of course, we were able to send over 100 contacts to one user simultaneously. It seems like: WhatsApp Looks To Bring Back The Old Text Status Update
More about the new WhatsApp Multiple Contacts sharing feature in question is that the feature works the same way in groups and individual chats, though. The multiple contacts are sent to the WhatsApp users database (in one box), opening which allows you to choose which contact info you can add to your smartphone. And which you wish to keep as it. This is obviously as neat as sending too many contacts at once could even clutter your WhatsApp chat feed by the way.
As always, this WhatsApp feature is still in its beta stage, and if you wish to use it immediately, then sign up for being a beta tester on Google Play right now. There is no word on whaen it will officially be rolled out to general public who are on Android and iOS platform. Stay tuned for new!
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