WhatsApp keeps on making every effort to make its app better and better. Because of this, the company adds new features to the app from time to time. Recently, the company made its multi-device support available for non-beta users as well. But according to a report by WABetaInfo, Facebook-owned instant messaging app WhatsApp has now removed one of its best features, which it added a year ago. Yes, we are talking about the WhatsApp Messenger Rooms Shortcut feature, which WhatsApp has now decided to remove.
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according to reports, more than a year ago, WhatsApp was a great shortcut to roll out to the Messenger room, which includes a maximum of 50 people group video calls could. But for now, the news is that WhatsApp is finally removing this feature from the chat share sheet and the call section on WhatsApp beta for Android and iOS.
It is worth noting that this feature was first rolled out on Instagram and then it was brought to WhatsApp. With the introduction of this feature, Android users of WhatsApp were able to create or join rooms through WhatsApp itself. The report further states that WhatsApp verifies what features their users use. If the features aren’t a success, it means it’s time to improve them. In this case, they have verified that the option has not been exercised, so it is better to remove it.
WhatsApp Messenger Rooms Shortcut was first introduced in May 2020. According to a report, WhatsApp beta for iOS 126.96.36.199 and WhatsApp beta for Android 188.8.131.52 are the two beta versions on which WhatsApp has stopped this feature.