Recording calls is very easy and one can do it with the help of different software. However, Recording WhatsApp call is different and many people do not even know that WhatsApp calls can be recorded. So, many people would be thinking why to record a call? There may be many reasons however the most important reasons to record WhatsApp call is to save some important information. Moreover, many people also save calls for fun and sometimes for forwarding it.

Record WhatsApp Calls on iOS with just a few Steps

Journalists record phone calls so that they should not forget any important information. While interviewing people on the phone, the best way to save all the information is by recording a phone call. Recording WhatsApp calls is not an easy process, and if you are thinking of recording WhatsApp video calls, just forget it.

Both WhatsApp for Android and iOS can record calls however both have the same issues, the method does not work for all devices.

How to record WhatsApp calls on the iPhone:

Recording WhatsApp calls on iPhone is an easy task, all you require is both Mac and an iPhone. The problem is that the iPhone cannot be your primary devices so you need another phone that supports WhatsApp group voice calls having your WhatsApp account.

Follow these steps to record WhatsApp calls:

  1. Connect the iPhone to a Mac with a lightning cable.
  2. check on  ‘Trust this computer’ on the iPhone.
  3. Now open QuickTime on the Mac.
  4. Under File, choose New Audio Recording.
  5. Click the arrow pointing down which is placed next to the record button in QuickTime and choose the iPhone.
  6. Click the record button in QuickTime.
  7. Now use the iPhone to call your phone via WhatsApp.
  8. When you are connected, click the add user icon.
  9. Now choose the person you want to talk to. At the backend, the call would be recorded automatically.
  10. Disconnect the call once it’s complete.
  11. Stop the recording in QuickTime and save the file on the Mac.

These were the easiest steps to record any call. However, it should be mentioned here that it is necessary to let other person know that his/her call is being recorded

Groups have been one of WhatsApp’s most popular feature. On the flip side, many have been annoyed by constantly being added to random WhatsApp groups. All is about to change as WhatsApp revamps its group policies.

Currently, anyone can add anyone in a WhatsApp group. With the future release, users will be able to choose from three different group options. The first, ‘Everybody’ is the default option and works like WhatsApp groups work currently. The second option, ‘My Contacts’, will only let people in your contacts list add you in groups. In the third and last option, ‘Nobody’, the group admin will send you an invite which will last for 72 hours. In case you don’t react to the invite within 72 hours, the invite will expire.

The feature is currently available in the beta version of WhatsApp for iOS only. After the feature passes the necessary validation and testing checks, a public rollout will be initiated. A hard release date has not been revealed but we can expect the feature to be made public soon. To access group settings, follow the following steps:


In addition to new group options, a beta version of WhatsApp business has finally been released on iOS. The service was available for Android users since January of 2018. Users will be able to migrate their existing accounts to WhatsApp business. As the name suggests, WhatsApp Business is tuned for businesses. Businesses will be able to send automated greetings, quick replies, and even send specific messages to select people.

2019 is shaping up to be a big year for WhatsApp. As covered earlier, we can expect WhatsApp to include features like dark mode, continuous voice message playback, deeper stickers integratio, and fingerprint authentication. WhatsApp is the most popular app on the planet partly due to the fact that it is extremely easy and simple to use. As long as it stays that way and receives continuous updates, it will surely gain more traction.

Keeping its users engaged is the old habit of WhatsApp. The social messaging app remains in the limelight by introducing new features for its users. Recently, we have come to know that, the users will soon be allowed to reject the WhatsApp Group Invitations. 

The Social Messaging App Is Working On Some New Changes For WhatsApp Group Invitations

The WABetaInfo has recently uncovered this new change in the iPhones. According to them, all the users will be able to specify who is able to add them in any WhatsApp Group. The future Version of the App will let you choose between anybody, your contacts, or nobody. So, it will be up to you who will be able to add you in groups. This feature will also make its way to the Android Users as well.


Once the new version of App will make its way to the users, all you have to do is

  • Go to Settings
  • Tap Account
  • Head to Privacy
  • Open Groups
  • Select One of the desired options

According to the reports,  if you will choose the third option, then you will receive an alert when administrators will try to add you to a group. The alert will allow you to accept or reject the invite. However, that will be valid for 72 hours only. Furthermore, you can still join groups via a group link if nobody is able to add you. You will also receive an alert if you will choose the second option if the inviting administrator isn’t in your contacts list.

In addition to that, WhatsApp for Android got a major makeover. The latest update brings a new makeover with a basic purpose of making navigations in setting easier than before.  This new design will provide the information below each button making it easier for users to select that particular option.

WhatsApp has gained unprecedented popularity ever since its introduction, the popular messaging app is currently the most-used app in the world with over 1.5 billion active users. WhatsApp as a platform holds immense potential for various activities. From normal messaging and group texting to marketing advertisement and other corporate work, the messaging app provides a plethora of features and possibilities with which the app can be used without spending a dime.

Here are the  unique ways people are using WhatsApp for marketing and other mass communication purposes in 2019:

1. For office communication between remote teams

A widely used communication tool in the corporate and the freelance sector, the option to use WhatsApp for internal team communication (by creating a group) holds paramount importance in the business industry. Perhaps the biggest reason for its popularity in this sector is that it does not require any learning since people are generally reluctant to learn new things. Another massive advantage it provides is that everyone already has the app pre-installed in their smartphones so communication via the app becomes much easier and quicker.

Finally, the ultra-useful “Reply Feature” is the biggest reason why Team communication on the Facebook Messenger isn’t as popular as it is on WhatsApp, the feature allows the user to respond to a particular message in the group which ads context and clarity to the reply instead of creating confusion.

2. A cross-platform between the biggest social media networks

Perhaps the biggest advantage the app provides is its ability to provide a seamless connection with social media giants such as Facebook and Instagram. Several online businesses use other social media networks to advertise their brand and leave a WhatsApp number where consumers can chat with the seller and remove any ambiguity. It should be mentioned that other messaging apps such as Facebook Messenger and Instagram’s messaging portal also provide this option, however, due WhatsApp’s much simpler UI and better features, people prefer to communicate through this platform.

3. For selling stuff through mass marketing

Unlike the traditional method of mass marketing, where the buyer sends messages and emails to the consumers, WhatsApp ads another layer of finesse and nuance where it provides the option to send images, audio files, short video clips of your products and text messages to users across the world. Unlike SMS or Email, there is less restriction on the format and delivery chances are higher.

4. For communication with clients and customers

WhatsApp has also proven to be a great tool for customer support, simply because of its wide customer reach. A customer will always prefer to send a message on WhatsApp (since it is much faster, easier and less time consuming) instead of having to call a helpline number and many companies especially online business are now following this method of communication with their customers.

5. For activism and campaigns

In the last few years, WhatsApp has become an increasingly powerful and influential tool for political campaigns across the world. A few reasons why this platform is specifically used over others are:

  • Allows creation of a group to up to 256 people
  • The message comes directly to the user’s phone from known contacts
  • Allows political groups to mobilize supporters
  • It is free
  • Communication is encrypted

6. For business calls, personal calls and for over the seas calls

Another ultra-useful feature this platform provides is the ability to call, that call can be a personal call in the local vicinity or an overseas business/private call. However, the best part is that it is free of cost. Traditionally overseas calls have always been expensive with local phone caries charging a premium rate, but the introduction of WhatsApp has almost overtaken all other carriers and is the primary option for overseas calls.

The Facebook-owned messenger service, WhatsApp announced on 6 February how it is stopping abusive and fake accounts. The move was discussed in a press conference held in New Delhi.

Preceding the upcoming major elections in India, WhatsApp had to take some measures to avoid controversy. India has a huge user base in India, being the largest online messaging platform. The company is employing machine learning to determine which account may be causing trouble and once found to remove them. Although there is some human intervention so it’s kind of like a hybrid system. According to a statement by officials, WhatsApp has been removing up to 2M accounts per month, with 20% of these being banned at the time they’re created.

As with any communications platform, sometimes people attempt to exploit our service. Some may want to distribute click-bait links designed to capture personal information, while others want to promote an idea. Regardless of the intent, automated and bulk messaging violates our terms of service, and one of our priorities is to prevent and stop this kind of abuse,” the company said.

WhatsApp has upwards of 1.5 billion users. Its popularity is its biggest flaw. Several incidents have led to mob lynching incidents due to fake news, especially in India. Moreover, the issue of the platform being used as a political tool is also not new. For instance, in the 2018 general elections in Brazil, a software was used to grab citizen’s phone numbers from Facebook and then sent messages on Whatsapp to sway their views. That is probably the reason why WhatsApp is actively taking bolder measures before the upcoming elections in India.

Earlier, the platform had limited the number of forwarding to five, per message and forwarded messages are tagged as such. This was a reduction from the previous limit of 20. However, that five can include groups containing hundreds of contacts.

The thing with machine learning is that it keeps on getting better with time and use. If 20% of accounts are banned automatically, in future that may only increase. But there is no need to worry about having your own account getting banned, as long as the following conditions don’t apply or exceed nominal values:

  • Whether the IP address and phone number point to the same country
  • How many messages an account sends
  • How soon after registration high-volume messaging begins

Aside from all these measures, the company is also running a media campaign to ask users to “spread joy, not rumours”. There is even a street theatre program warning people not to believe everything.

Ever since its inception, WhatsApp has been one of the most popular and successful messaging apps in the smartphone era. With competitors like iMessage, Facebook Messenger, and Android Messages, WhatsApp has seen immense success in both ecosystems, iOS, and Android. Some may argue that the messaging app has enjoyed a lot more success in the Android ecosystem due to the simple features of the native messaging app.


Some major reasons for the success of the messaging app are its thoughtful features, a simple and fast user interface and most of all, an ad-free user experience. With a whopping 1.5 billion users and 60 billion messages (sent per day), WhatsApp has one of the biggest database of active users in the world. In order to satisfy such a big number of users while staying ahead of the competition, WhatsApp is expected to be updated with five new features in 2019.

1. WhatsApp Fingerprint authentication

A recent WhatsApp update in the iOS brought the highly-awaited Apple’s Face ID authentication. XDA developers revealed that the face unlock feature is also coming to the Android version of WhatsApp. As of now, people have been using third-party passcode option on WhatsApp, however, latest news confirms that the messaging app will be incorporating the highly-awaited feature as a native lock option for the users which will decrease the risk of potential security concerns.

2. WhatsApp Dark mode

“Dark mode everything” has been the most requested feature by smartphone users in 2018 because of various reasons. Well, it seems that WhatsApp has listened to its users, according to several leaks the messaging mobile application may bring the ‘dark mode’ feature as part of its upcoming updates. As of now, the users can only change the wallpaper background for their chats that exists as the only minimal means of customization.

3. WhatsApp voice messages

This feature will be particularly useful to those who like to communicate via WhatsApp’s messages. Previously, the user had to tap on every single voice message sent in order to listen to the content of the voice message. However, with the upcoming update in 2019, WhatsApp will now automatically start playing the next voice message after the selected one is finished.

4. WhatsAppp 3D check

This will be an iPhone exclusive feature for obvious reasons, the feature will allow iOS users to reply privately in group chats via a one-on-one chat. Along with this feature, it also provides iOS users with a 3D touch function to check the WhatsApp statuses without sending a read-receipt message to the person whose story the users was looking at.

5. Sticker search and Sticker integration

The emoji-search feature which was brought last year introduced a new level of ease for the emoji-lovers. The messaging app is now replicating the same thing with its ‘Stickers’. The new update will let users search the kind of sticker via text they are looking for and will subsequently provide the available options. Furthermore, the app is also testing an update for stickers with third-party keyboard integration to provide more options for stickers for the user. The first keyboard app that will use the Stickers Integration feature will be GBoard.

The Facebook-owned whatsapp is making serious attempts to keep the users hooked to the app.

Some of the updates are available in beta, a few have been rolled out to all the users of WhatsApp. Here are five recent changes made by the leading messaging app with 1 billion daily active users:
1. The feature that helps to deal with unwanted messages

The beta version 2.18.246 has a report feature that enables you to not only report but also block and save chat history of individuals.

The feature is available for individual as well as group chats and upon tapping the report button, a new alert appears which allows the user to report a specific number to WhatsApp and hence the contact is instantly blocked and all messages get deleted in the chat. Currently, the feature is available for Android beta testers and It is expected that the feature will be rolled out for public soon.

2. The feature that allows you to chat and watch videos in WhatsApp simultaneously

WhatsApp’s 2.18.234 version was submitted to Google beta program recently and it enables you to watch YouTube and Instagram videos in small windows in WhatsApp through Picture in Picture (PiP) mode. Users can simultaneously browse through their chats. Users need to click on play symbol in the thumbnail of the sent video and instead of visiting Instagram or YouTube, they can watch the video right there and then.

3. The feature that allows you to talk to four WhatsApp contacts on
video call

The feature has been rolled out for public and WhatsApp users can make a group call to as many as four contacts at the same time. Users need to make a regular video call to one friend via WhatsApp. Then tap on the “Add participant” button located at the top right corner and add more contacts to the video call. Just like the chats on WhatsApp, the video calls are also end-to-end encrypted.

4. The feature that fights with the spread of fake news

In order to control the spread of fake viral messages that lead to mob lynchings in India, WhatsApp rolled out forward labeled messages and also added a limit to the number of forwarded messages. On 8th of August, the users of WhatsApp in India started witnessing limit to the number of messages they can forward. While the forwarded labeled feature has been rolled out for users all over the world, the feature that adds the limit to the number of messages that can be forwarded is still to arrive to the messaging app.

5. The feature that lets you share GIF and stickers on WhatsApp web

According to a report by WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is working on a new feature that will also allow users to share GIFs and stickers through WhatsApp’s web client. WhatsApp web users can only view sent and received GIFs but cannot use the web client to send GIFs or stickers. This upcoming feature will make WhatsApp web equally interesting.

Whatsapp will soon be launching Picture-in-Picture (PiP) mode for users of Android according to WABetaInfo. The feature already landed on iOS two months back and aims to allow users to play videos through a bubble appearing within the chat window.

Through this feature, the users will be able to watch the videos from Instagram and YouTube in a small window within the messaging app while they can browse through their chats simultaneously.

This means users of WhatsApp won’t have to visit YouTube or Instagram app as they click on play symbol in the thumbnail of the sent video. instead, the video will be played instantly right there and then.

Users can get the PiP mode activated by tapping on play icon appearing in the videos sent to them on WhatsApp.The video can be chosen to play, pause and close and will keep playing till the users stay in the messaging app. Users can alter the size of the bubble.

The feature is available in beta version 2.18.234 of WhatsApp and at present, it is under development and hence it has not yet been rolled out for the beta testers.

This, however, will not work with Instagram Story videos and we also do not know yet when the feature will be rolled out for Android users.

WhatsApp has decided to introduce its first revenue-generating channel to bring some profit for Facebook.

Facebook acquired WhatsApp in 2014 for around $22 billion and it is the most expensive acquisition of Facebook ever. It’s also one of Facebook’s major properties that are not bringing in any profit. Now, the messaging app is planning to run ads in the status tab of the app. The ads will be powered by Facebook’s advertising system and will “help familiarise users with business” on WhatsApp. Reportedly, WhatsApp will start showing ads in the Status tab in 2019.

On August 1st, WhatsApp announced in its blog post that new tools will allow businesses to offer customer support via WhatsApp chat, which will be a great addition to the service. Currently, Facebook is also using the same tool on Instagram to push ads which are shown in the feed as well as stories. But when it comes to WhatsApp, there are certain concerns surrounding the use of chat history for ad targeting. Thankfully, WhatsApp has already said that all chats are encrypted and cannot be accessed even by the company itself.

On the other hand, WhatsApp is also launching a new Business APIs that will let businesses respond to messages for free for up to 24 hours. After 24 hours, companies will be charged for sending messages to the users.

WhatsApp has been free to use since it started its services, however, the company did charge a nominal fee in the early stage, but it soon stopped the subscription model and has been completely free to use since then. The app has 2.23 billion active users worldwide and is the top instant messaging choice for people in the emerging economies.

WhatsApp is reportedly testing a new feature Suspicious Link Detection that helps users detects suspicious links and spam posts circulating on WhatsApp.

After a series of unfortunate incidents in India over the spread of misinformation, the Facebook-owned WhatsApp is testing a new feature to resolve the problem on its platform which has over 1 billion active monthly users. The feature was first spotted by WABetaInfo in the beta version 2.18.204 of WhatsApp for Android users. According to the blog post, the feature will help users in identifying suspicious links (both sent and received) by automatically detecting whether the URL leads to a fake/malicious website or not.

The app will immediately flag the spam posts in red colour. The link will come with a warning that reads, “This link contains usual characters. It may be trying to appear as another site.” And in case the user still wants to open it, WhatsApp once again sends a notification about the malicious nature of the app and reconfirming it if the user wants to proceed it anyways. The good thing is the app analyzes the link “locally” which means WhatsApp does not transmit any data to server ensuring that company takes care of the encryption of the messages.

The feature is under the development stage and is part of 2.18.204 beta version on Google Play Store. However, there are no words from WhatsApp about the official release of the feature.

WhatsApp came under scrutiny after it was discovered that over a dozen of people got killed in a mob violence across five states of India due to the misinformation spread via the online platform during the course of last two months. Washington Post claims that among the total number 8 were killed during the last week.

Facebook is again in hot waters as the fake news spread from its most widely used messaging platform — WhatsApp resulted in the death of over 12 innocents people by mobs in separate incidents in different states of India. To curb its fake news problems, WhatsApp is offering grants of up to $50,000 to social researchers for finding out the reason behind these tragic incidents.

WhatsApp came under scrutiny after it was discovered that over a dozen of people got killed in a mob violence across five states of India due to the misinformation spread via the online platform during the course of last two months. Washington Post claims that among the total number 8 were killed during the last week.

Witnessing these tragic incidents in India which is also the 2nd largest market of WhatsApp users, Indian government criticized the company for its role in spreading false information. India’s Ministry of Electronics and IT demanded from the Facebook-owned WhatsApp that the company should “take immediate action to end this menace.”

In response to that WhatsApp announced that it will pay researchers for studying various aspects of misinformation including election-related issues and viral content which is being spread through the platform. As the statement reads, “WhatsApp is commissioning a competitive set of awards to researchers interested in exploring issues that are related to misinformation on WhatsApp.”

The company further states; “We will seriously consider proposals from any social science and technological perspective that propose projects that enrich our understanding of the problem of misinformation on WhatsApp.”

This is not the first time that fake news spread through social networking giant Facebook resulted in several casualties. Last year in Myanmar, over 650,000 Rohingya Muslims were massacred in the world’s most brutal homicidal violence due to the hate speech primarily spread through Facebook.

WhatsApp in its latest update introduced a much-needed feature that comes as a relief for most of us who need to delete WhatsApp media files from the phone’s Gallery due to low storage space. This new WhatsApp update allows users to re-download media files such as; images, videos etc, even if they have deleted those images locally from their Files Manager app on an Android phone.

The new feature is available for WhatsApp’s latest version 2.18.198, as reported by Wccftech. At this time we are unaware that since how long this feature has been made functional but in the above-mentioned version of WhatsApp it surely works. It is important to mention here that you won’t be able to retrieve those media files which you have deleted from WhatsApp itself, meaning that the feature works only if you have removed the files from Gallery or Files Manager.

Testing this feature is quite simple. After updating your WhatsApp to the latest version, when you delete a media file from Gallery or File Manager you can easily get it back by opening your required WhatsApp conversation or Group where the file lies. Here in WhatsApp, you’ll see a blurred thumbnail of the file with a download button on it. You can easily download the file again by simply tapping on the icon. The Android Police team tested it for all media files like images, GIFs, videos, audio, and documents, and it worked for them perfectly.

Well, this still is risky for some of the users as they don’t want to keep these media files in the Gallery due to privacy issues. WhatsApp has a solution for that and it’s called Media Visibility feature, the one we previously talked about. This feature lets you hide downloaded media from your Gallery. You can control this feature by simply visiting Settings → Chats → Media Visibility.

If you have successfully updated your WhatsApp and the above mentioned two features are working fine for you, then let us know your experience in the comments below.

WhatsApp is the most popular messaging app in the world and it is bringing two new exciting features for beta version 2.18.194. The two new updates include media visibility and a shortcut to add new contacts.

Media visibility feature allows the user to set the visibility of their media files, which means that the user has an access to hide media files from being visible in galleries other than WhatsApp. This feature will be available in WhatsApp Settings > Data and Storage usage subsection. However, it is not clear whether the user can stop the picture from being shared to other channels or not. Previously, the Media visibility was available to hide or show downloaded content received from all the contacts in the gallery.

The second feature is a shortcut for ‘New Contact’ in the Select Contact section. As of now, the only available shortcut is New Group, but now there is a New Contact feature where the user is expected to add a contact directly instead of adding them through the contact directory.

Earlier, we have reported that WhatsApp introduced the ‘Dismiss as Admin’ feature. This feature will allow users to remove a particular person as the admin of a group. Users who are administrators of WhatsApp groups will be able to demote other admins without deleting the person from the group. This feature is being made available on WhatsApp’s latest version 2.18.41. However, to use this “Dismiss as Admin” feature the other user has to be an Admin. Users will not see this option in groups where they are not admins.

Whatsapp is the most popular messaging app in the world and it has around 1.5 billion active users. Also, you probably might be familiar with its voice note feature. But here, I am going to tell you about a feature of WhatsApp that you might not have been aware of before – playing WhatsApp audio messages privately.

Most of the time, when you receive an audio note on WhatsApp and you don’t have an access to headphones, it feels like your phone goes to blast out the message loudly and everyone around you can hear it. However, there’s a little trick to listen to your audio messages a lot more private.

When you receive a voice message, tap on it as you normally do to get it playing. As soon as it starts, take your phone near your ear immediately. The app will detect that your head against your device, and will automatically switch to playing the recorded message through your device’s internal speaker. That’s the one you use typically when you make a voice phone call. In another case, you can also use your headphones but make sure they are plugged in before you start playing an audio note.

You can go ahead and give it a try and send us the feedback.


A  script message is going viral on the messaging platform WhatsApp and it is reported to have been crashing WhatsApp.

According to reports, the message consists of a “Telugu” text bomb. If you click on this bomb it will crash your WhatsApp app on both Android and iOS. This message is usually sent as a forward message surfacing around WhatsApp which claimed to hang the app for some time. TechJuice received such a message as well and as you can see in the image below the message reads, “If you touch the black point then your WhatsApp will hang.”

The message consists of a black icon, clicking on that black icon will cause your WhatsApp to freeze or make it unresponsive. This is not a hoax as many WhatsApp users experienced WhatsApp crash after tapping on the black icon.

WhatsApp application is freezing but the black dot is not the actual culprit here, there is a small hidden trick in this message. The app is freezing because of the blank space between the text and the black dot, as you can see in the screenshot above.

Converting the message into HTML format reveals that the text consists of RLM (right-to-left mark). This is an invisible formatting character which is used to distinguish between left-to-right mark (LRM) and right-to-left mark (RLM). WhatsApp doesn’t use RLM, it uses LRM hence the use of wrong directional formatting character is making WhatsApp change the direction, which ultimately leads the app to crash.

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging application in the world. And the company has been introducing many new features in its latest updates.

Did you get such a forward message from your friends and family? Don’t fall for the prank!

WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging application in the world. And recently the company introduced many new features in its latest updates. Facebook-owned WhatsApp continues to internally develop new features for WhatsApp groups, providing them more tools to easily manage the group and in order to improve the admin experience. These two new updates below are definitely going to make your life quite easier. So without further ado, let’s get to the list of new features of WhatsApp.

“Dismiss as Admin” Feature

In WhatsApp’s latest update, they added the ‘Dismiss as Admin’ feature. This feature will allow users to remove a particular person as the admin of a group. Users who are administrators of WhatsApp groups will be able to demote other admins without deleting the person from the group. This feature is being made available on WhatsApp’s latest version 2.18.41.

However, to use this “Dismiss as Admin” feature the other user has to be an Admin. Users will not see this option in groups where they are not admins.


How to use the feature?

  • Open your WhatsApp app.
  • Go to the specific group you are the admin in,
  • Open group information button,
  • Now you can just long press on another the name of another Admin in the group,
  • A menu pops up with options and one of them will be “Dismiss as Admin”.

“High Priority notifications” Feature

WhatsApp’s second group feature is “high priority notifications” feature. This feature will be applicable for WhatsApp groups especially, allowing a user to pin high-priority notifications to the top of a smartphone’s notification center.

This could be quite useful for those who are part of some office groups, it pinpoints important notifications on top.

How to use the feature?

  • Open your WhatsApp application.
  • Go to the specific group your admin in,
  • Open group information button,
  • Go to the notification settings on the group,
  • Tick for “use high priority notifications”, which will show previews at the top of the screen.

These new features are extremely useful features and will make interaction in Whatsapp Groups even easier to use. These 2 new features are rolling out with the latest update of WhatsApp.