This is how to use WhatsApp on your iPad

Doris Richards
April 11, 2019

If a user sees that a message or piece of news has been forwarded a lot, they might think its even more important for them to share it, and giving them a false sense of urgency to spread it.

Forwarding a message five times on the platform marks it as "frequently forwarded" on both individual or group chats. It is unknown when WhatsApp is planning to release the final version.

The report also claims that like WhatsApp Web, the iPad version can also enable split screen chats allowing you to chat with multiple people at one time.

As per a recent report by WABetaInfo, the latest version of WhatsApp for iOS with the version number 2.19.40 brings bug fixes.

WhatsApp has been adding several new features to its platform over the last few months to curb fake news.

Additionally, there is a possibility that you might not witness the WhatsApp app in the App Store as it is still under development phase. Not only that users will be able to preview the audio files before sending. If the admin feels that all users in the group forward only real news, they can choose to keep it disabled.

Coming to the Android app, WhatsApp could soon allow group admins to block users from sending "Frequently Forwarded" messages. The availability of the feature will only be for administrators, and will reportedly be accessible via group settings. There is really no way you can understand if the information being shared is wrong. "The support might be available in the next beta updates on TestFlight", the cited source stated. Let us know your experience of it if you have already tested it. This will allow the user to send 30 audio files at a time. Tell us your opinions on these changes below and tell us whether or not you are part of the WhatsApp Beta for Android.

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