WhatsApp, owned by Meta, is constantly improving its messaging platform.
They recently introduced the Edit Messages feature, allowing users to modify sent messages within 15 minutes.
Now, WhatsApp is focusing on updating the Settings interface for its Android version.
WhatsApp Redesigned Settings
WhatsApp is introducing a redesigned settings page in its Android version, according to a report by WABetaInfo.
This update, part of the firmware version 22.214.171.124, is being rolled out through the Google Play Beta Program.
The new settings interface includes three profile shortcuts: Profile, Privacy, and Contacts.
These shortcuts make it easier for users to navigate and modify their profile settings, adjust privacy preferences, and manage contacts.
WhatsApp also plans to integrate shortcuts for starred messages and linked devices, similar to the iOS version.
The goal is to reorganise the settings section for better accessibility and convenience.
WhatsApp new Settings shortcut feature allows easy access to various app settings by simply selecting the shortcut represented by the profile photo.
Users will be directed to the redesigned settings page, which currently displays a prominent profile photo and a QR code viewing shortcut.
The interface design is still being refined during development.
The upcoming update aims to make accessing and modifying settings effortless, leading to improved user satisfaction.
The exact release date for this update is unknown, but WhatsApp is actively working to provide an improved and user-friendly interface.