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WhatsApp Android rolling out new stickers and emoji with beta



WhatsApp Android

WhatsApp has a lot of stickers and emojis that you can send your friends and anybody in the contact list and make your conversations more interactive. In the latest addition, WhatsApp for Android has released version beta for the testers that brings new stickers and emojis.

According to Wabetainfo, WhatsApp Android version brings new emojis, stickers, and the ability to create a new group icon using a custom background. This is quite an interesting addition for WhatsApp users.

The screenshot below shows how, you can edit the group info and create a new icon by entering Emoji & stickers option, from here you can choose the background color of the image and easily place a sticker or an emoji as you prefer.

Currently, WhatsApp is only available for beta testers but it’ll soon expand for all users once the testing concludes.

WhatsApp Android

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Ahead of this testing, WhatsApp has released This beta version enabled an important feature in the Last Seen menu – My Contacts Except. This feature was under development for a while and it has begun to expand for more users.

While using this feature, you can choose, which contact cannot see your last seen information. However, if you use this feature, you won’t be able to see their last seen information either.


Wait there’s more, ahead of the above two versions, the chat app maker has also rolled out another important feature. Let’s dive in.

WhatsApp beta brings a new Contact Info user interface. On the other hand, WhatsApp now has a new default timer, as it now supports 24 hours and 90 days as new expiration times for disappearing chats.

You can enable the default message timer in the settings. Furthermore, there are also new changes for the multi-device for more beta testers. The latest changes allow WhatsApp to stop sending notifications when the security code is updated every time the linked device list is changed.

All of these versions are under beta testing and will rollout with a stable software update.

Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.