Popular instant messaging platform WhatsApp will let users combine affiliated or analogous converse groups under ‘Communities’- a new point to be introduced soon.
The app said it was releasing a new point that will let users combine their affiliated group exchanges together “under one marquee with a structure that works for them”. The new addition will also be introduced to Facebook and Instagram.
In the forthcoming months, Communities will be available to all WhatsApp users, letting them set up small group exchanges within a community while allowing nippy and easy access to switch between the two.
Group admins will be granted “important new tools” to manage said Communities, including broadcast adverts and picking groups to include in a Community.
A Communities tab will be added to Android and iOS phones, which will allow druggies to start erecting a Community with their group exchanges or join one that has formerly been created. The app has also introduced the pates feature, along with a 32-person group videotape call.
According to Engadget, Zuckerberg had been eying the idea to set up a community-driven model to reduce the emphasis on feeds, but the point, working a bit like Facebook Groups, might instigate and increase the spread of misinformation.