Soumya Prakash Pradhan

WhatsApp, a popular messaging platform owned by Meta, is consistently updating its features to make the platform more user-friendly.

Recently, the messaging app introduced a new sidebar for its web client, aiming to provide users with an enhanced design that is easier to navigate.

This update includes improved intuitive design, better navigation, and access to essential sections of the platform.

According to reports from WABetaInfo, this new interface is currently accessible to some beta testers who are part of the official beta program for the web client.

With this update, users will notice significant changes in the layout of the interface.

The left sidebar now displays various menu options, such as chats, groups, channels, status, archive, starred messages, store, and announcements.

Above these options, users will find in the top section the search button, the option to start a new chat, and the three-dot menu for additional settings.

This revamped navigation experience aims to enhance efficiency and ease of use for users when interacting with different features of WhatsApp.

It is worth noting that this interface is only available to a limited number of users who are part of the official beta program for the web client.

WhatsApp remains dedicated to continually improving the interface of its web client to ensure it stays modern and user-friendly.

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