Hopefully, there will be more news on this feature in coming months and we'll update you as soon as we hear more. Here's a list of top 5 features you should be excited about. It is very rare that new posts are published, despite the multitude of updates and new features that the app regularly sees. In what could be seen as another slap in the face there is, as yet, no WhatsApp FAQ answer page telling Windows Phone users what to do after that date. This feature will basically help to curb the fake news problem as it will tell users how many times has the message been forwarded. The YouTube app does not open up, but plays the video within WhatsApp itself. The website can be surfed within WhatsApp itself.
After Microsoft's recent announcement to end support for Windows Mobile devices after December 10, Whatsapp followed the suit by announcing that it would end its support for all Windows Phone operating systems after December 31, 2019, post which the users won't be able to create new accounts, or re-verify them. While it is already available on iOS, it will soon make its way to Android.
The new blocks will especially be affecting those who use Windows phone as the company justified its reason to be the need to focus on platforms that are only used by majority of people, Express UK reports.
In another beta update submitted by WhatsApp, WABetaInfo reported that users will soon start seeing Stickers in the notification area. It will allow them to put up product catalogues of the business and it will be made visible on their WhatsApp profile. Do take this information with a pinch of salt, and stay tuned for more information about the progress of the above mentioned features.