WhatsApp is reportedly developing an undo option for deleted messages and an edit option for messages that have already been received.
This is the second time this year that WhatsApp''s group chat limit has been increased. A feature tracker has discovered the increase in capacity earlier this year. It was also introduced in June. The ability to add 1024 users to an undefined number of WhatsApp Beta users on Android and iOS will be accessed via an app update this week.
According to WABetaInfo, the company is also planning on introducing features that will give admins greater control over large group chats, including introducing a pending participants section which will allow admins to view and manage requests from users to join the group at any time, along with a system that permits admins to include new members to the group.
WhatsApp has not officially confirmed the development or indicated a timeline for the release of the new limits that are being developed with some beta users. Telegram meanwhile, permits group chats to have a maximum of 2 lakh participants, which means they are less secure than WhatsApp groups.
According to a study from PhoneArena, the move is thought to be part of the Meta-owned company''s efforts to increase the amount of group chat available for use among enterprises. However, WhatsApp hasn''t made an announcement on the date of the announcement, and it is worth noting that the limit might be increased or decreased over the course of development, before it will be released to all users at a future date.