This allows users to search and find specific media in chat messages by date.
WhatsApp, the instant messaging platform owned by Meta, has received a stable update for iPhone users. iOS users can now search messages by date. This update is available for iOS users on the Apple App Store.
The new update allows users to drag and drop images, videos, and other media from other apps into Meta-owned apps and share them with other WhatsApp users in chat messages. Currently, some users have received the update and it will be rolled out to all iOS users soon.
The WhatsApp instant messaging platform and VoIP platform have released the latest update with build number 23.1.75 to the Apple App Store. This allows users to search and find specific media in chat messages by date. The update also introduces drag-and-drop functionality between different apps for documents, images, and videos that users want to share via WhatsApp.
It is noteworthy that the update is only available to some users. This update will be rolled out to all iOS users soon.
Meanwhile, Meta’s WhatsApp messaging app will soon allow users to share photos with other contacts in their original quality. Currently, images shared via WhatsApp are compressed resulting in grainy photos. However, according to WaBetaInfo, the company is working on a feature that will allow you to send photos in original quality. WaBetaInfo is a website that tracks new WhatsApp features.
The platform discovered this feature in the beta version of WhatsApp for Android 220.127.116.11 update. According to reports, the messaging app plans to add a new custom icon to the drawing tool’s title. A new icon allows users to adjust image quality, including original quality. This gives you more control over the quality of your photos.
A new WhatsApp feature is currently in development. It will be revealed in a future update. It was recently reported that WhatsApp is implementing the ability to block users from chat lists and notifications. The app is reportedly adding two new entry points to block users.