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New WhatsApp update will allow you to create groups of over 500 people


After rolling out a feature that allows users to share documents up to 2GB in the latest beta versions of WhatsApp for Android, iOS, and desktop, WhatsApp is finally rolling out a somewhat unnecessary update to users.

And we say unnecessary, because almost no one will use this new opportunity, because: Who wants to split a group of 512 people? Let’s be honest, we don’t have 512 contacts on the phone’s agenda.

This feature only reached a limited number of beta testers when testing began, but today we can announce a change: WhatsApp is finally rolling out this feature for all users who have the app updated to the latest version.


As you can see in these screenshots, you can finally create groups with 512 members, and they can also be added later by opening the group information (as usual in the application). The information was confirmed by WaBetaInfo.

If you want to check if this feature is enabled on your WhatsApp account, it’s very easy to check: you just have to try to create a group and check how many people can be added to it.

Note that this is not limited to the beta version of the app: people who install the latest stable versions of WhatsApp for Android, iOS, and desktop can also create giant groups and join them today.


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This feature was released to almost all users today and will be available to everyone within 24 hours, so make sure you’re on an updated build of WhatsApp by updating the app from the Play Store and App Store.

This novelty is eye-catching, although we believe it will be of little use unless the mayor of the city wants all the neighbors to be informed in one group, or if you are the president of the community of neighbors of several blocks and want to leave a comment. on the news with your 500 neighbors.

Source: Computer Hoy

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