We all know that the Web version of WhatsApp has been around for a while, however, we couldn’t spot significant changes and updates throughout the past year. That was until a few days ago, when the messaging platform rolled out changes that could help its web presence receive a serious usage boost.
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According to AndroidPolice, WhatsApp Web received a well-deserved upgrade. At first sight one would argue that WhatsApp Web has incorporated a lot of its mobile functionalities. What’s possibly most important here is that users now have the opportunity to perform basic chat functions such as archiving and deleting them as well as muting and exiting group chats.
On top of that, you can edit now your profile by adjusting your bio and changing your profile picture. To access this feature, simply hover over your profile image and you will get the chance to see the “pen” symbol which allows you to modify your personal details.
Although these change may seem small they do bring WhatsApp Web closer to its mobile counterpart. Have you noticed these updates?
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