WhatsApp has been reported to have begun to test the Group Invitation Control feature on Android, which will allow users to decide who can add them to the group. Thanks to the fashion feature, users can avoid adding to the WhatsApp group without their permission and provide three levels of control over WhatsApp members. The feature is currently disabled by default, but the beta code is WABetaInfo. It can be expected that it will be added soon as the bugs and glitches are leveled.
The Group Invitation Control feature, which appears in WhatsApp beta (2.19.55 Version), basically has the same functionality that was missed by using the beta update for iOS TestFlight users. As mentioned above, this feature is currently in the early stages of development and is not widely available to all WhatsApp beta participants on Android. WABetaInfo has unlocked the feature entry on the Android platform via the beta channel.
The group invitation feature was not visible in WhatsApp beta Android, as tested in two separate formations – 2.19.55. Version and version 2.19.56. There is no word when this feature will be available for beta testers, and there is no information when it will be deployed through a stable channel.
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For the group's invitation feature, you can access this group via the WhatsApp Android client: Settings > Account > Privacy > Groups, WABetaInfo claims. The "Groups" section allows users to choose between three invitation control settings – All, My contacts, and No one. Anyone will allow any WhatsApp user to add to a group group without having to send an invitation and wait for approval.
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The My contacts The option will allow users to add users to the WhatsApp group in their personal contact list without having to send an invitation, while others will be asked to send the invitation first, users may choose to accept or reject. No one will allow anyone to add users to the group. When this option is enabled, users will receive an invitation if the administrator wants to add them to the WhatsApp group.
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