WhatsApp is giving users three new tools.
WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, has announced three new features that will make the app better for users.
WaBetaInfo says that the new features include changes to polls, the ability to forward media with captions, and the ability to share papers with captions.
All users who have the most recent version of the app will get the new changes as soon as they are available. But it might take a while for everyone to be able to use these functions.
Polls: With the new update, people who make polls can set a single-vote option, which makes it easier for them to get a clear answer. When making a poll, users can now turn off the “Allow multiple answers” switch.
Users can also filter messages by polls, just like they can search for photos, videos, or links, by choosing the “polls” choice when looking for a specific text.
“Also, the latest updates to the app let poll creators know when people vote on their polls so they’re always up to date,” said a website that keeps track of apps.
Send files along with a caption
With this new option, users can forward media with a caption. Photos, movies, and GIFs are all part of this. When they forward something, they can choose to keep or remove captions, or they can add more information to the description.
Documents that have headings
Users can also send documents with comments, which makes it easier to find a document in the future.