Group chats can be fun and they can also become a huge bore.
Many struggle to leave groups especially family and work groups. But that could soon be a thing of the past.
Instant messaging giants WhatsApp arrested amping up their game.
One of the updates lets users leave WhatsApp group chats without notifying other members. Post-update, instead of alerting the full group when a member leaves, only admins will be notified.
This will be a huge relief for those who feel the burden of having to leave a boring group. They will do so without being asked why they left the group.
But that is just one of many changes WhatsApp is set to introduce.
Users will also be able to choose who can see when they're online.
Things are getting amplified indeed.
The new update will let users select who can and can't see when they're online, allowing people to check WhatsApp without their friends and family knowing when they're active on the app.
Millions of South Africans use WhatsApp to communicate with family and friends everyday.
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