WhatsApp Restricted Groups Feature: Now Admins Place Limits on Posting

Facebook-owned WhatsApp messaging app is going to launch some new features for the admin. In which case the administrator can stop the group members from posting messages, photos etc. in the group. According to WABetainfo, In WhatsApp Restricted Groups Feature Admins Place Limits on Posting.  WhatsApp has given a new version of the beta program on the Google Play Store, in which you will also get the feature of ‘Restricted Groups.

WhatsApp admin new Feature Restricted Groups

WhatsApp admin new Feature Restricted Groups

With the help of the Restricted Groups setting, you can control any member of the group accordingly, if you want, you can remove any member who is posting in your group. if you want to keep the messages or posts in your group from particular person you can restrict them. After that, he will be able to read only the messages and posts in the group.

A group can be restricted once every 72 hours but thanks to the 2.17.430 beta, we discovered that WhatsApp will be finally able to change this value from the server,” the website said.

The Restricted Groups feature, currently disabled by default, can be expected to be made available via a stable version release in the near future

If you understand the easy language, after setting the Restricted Groups setting, other members will be able to read the message in the group but they will not be able to send it. All Restricted Group Member will be given the message admin button in which they can send something in the group only after their group administrator approves them.

WhatsApp has also announced the release of some bugs and general improvements in addition to the upcoming updates. WhatsApp has more than 1 billion active users and it is available in 50 languages worldwide, including 10 Indian languages.

This new feature of WhatsApp is currently available only for beta testing users, it will soon be rolled out to all users. WhatsApp has recently released the Delicate Message for Everyone feature in which the user could delete the message sent back.

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