San Francisco: WhatsApp, a messaging service owned by Meta, WhatsApp rolls out ‘Avatars’ to some beta testers.
The easiest method to represent oneself on WhatsApp, according to WABetaInfo, is with an avatar.
Because some persons have only recently had access to this feature, users could encounter a few minor bugs.
Following an update to WhatsApp beta for Android downloaded from the Play Store, certain beta testers have been given the choice to create an avatar.
The program will automatically build a new sticker pack after designing an avatar so that users may exchange stickers with their loved ones.
Users can also choose an avatar to use as their profile photo.
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Over the next weeks, more users will be able to access the service, according to the article.
For select beta testers, the business has made the option to expand groups by up to 1,024 individuals available.
The function was accessible in the WhatsApp beta versions for iOS and Android, however it was only exposed to an unspecified number of beta testers.
According to the article, users can try to form a group or add new members to an existing one to see if the functionality is accessible on their WhatsApp account.
The firm released the option to expand a group size from 256 individuals to 512 persons in May along with other features.