WhatsApp for Windows beta introduces multi-language support, allowing users to choose their preferred language. Edit message and Lock chat features also added, enhancing user experience and security.
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WhatsApp, owned by Meta, is improving its user experience. The company is releasing a new update for the WhatsApp app on Windows through the beta channel.
This update, version 2.2320.1.0, can be downloaded from the Microsoft Store.
The update includes a highly anticipated feature: multi-language support.
WaBetaInfo reports that the beta version of WhatsApp for Windows now allows users to use the app in their preferred language.
Initially, this feature is limited to a small group of beta testers, but WhatsApp plans to make it available to more users in the coming weeks.
WhatsApp has made it easy for users to enable multi-language support by adding a language selection option in the app's settings.
Users can switch to their preferred language through the Language setting, giving them a personalised experience.
In addition to multi-language support, WhatsApp has been actively introducing new features on different platforms.
They recently launched the long-awaited edit message feature for Android and iOS users.
This feature allows users to correct typos, make changes, or add more context to messages they have already sent.
However, it is worth noting that the edit message window is only available for alterations within 15 minutes of sending the message.