WhatsApp users can now create groups of up to 512 participants

WhatsApp users can now create groups of up to 512 participants

WhatsApp recently boosted the number of people who can participate in a group call from eight to 32, but the messaging company is now increasing the number to 512.

WhatsApp users can now create groups of up to 512 participants

To obtain the update, iOS users will need to be running WhatsApp 22.12.0.73 or later, while Android users will need to be running 2.22.13.10 or later. You may need to wait 24 hours before you get it though so don’t panic if you haven’t got it just yet, your 512 friends will just have to wait.

Yes, you read that correctly. We shall put that straight on mute if we are put in a group with 512 people. The ability to add 512 individuals to a WhatsApp group was first made available in beta in early May, and it has now begun to roll out to iOS, Android, and desktop users.

Alongside the official rollout of the larger group option on WhatsApp, the company is said to be working on the ability to export your WhatsApp backup from Google Drive in a beta version of the Android app. this feature is being tested on Android version 2.22.13.11 and the backup will include your full chat history, with not just messages but images, videos, and other media files too. It’s not clear when this feature will be released though.

 

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