The Meta-owned WhatsApp has recently made an announcement for a feature for group chats that would enable group admins to add up to 512 participants to a group. The messaging application has finally started rolling out the feature to all its users globally.
Reportedly, WhatsApp had rolled out the feature to the beta version of WhatsApp‘s Android, iOS, and Desktop-based apps. Now, WhatsApp has started rolling out this feature to all its users across the globe.
In order to update WhatsApp on iOS, go to the App Store, look for WhatsApp and hit the update option to get the feature. You can use a similar trick for Android phones as well. To get the feature in WhatsApp’s desktop app, go to Microsoft Store, search for WhatsApp and then hit the update button.
The ability to add up to 512 members to a group is not just the only feature that WhatsApp has rolled out to its platform in the recent time. The company has also rolled out features such as message reactions, and the ability to share a file up to 2GB in size at a time. Previously, WhatsApp users could only share files up to 100MB in size.