World's one of the biggest chatting platform with over 1 billion active users monthly, WhatsApp, launched much awaited business app in selected countries, including Mexico, UK, Italy, US.
After months of speculation and extensive testing, Facebook-owned messaging service WhatsApp has finally rolled out a separate app for small businesses.
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Many small businesses are using WhatsApp to communicate with their customers and to sell out their products, but this new WhatsApp Business is dedicated to the owners of Small Businesses which can keep track of their customers and can do a lot of things within the app to expand their Business to more customers. These contain basic information about the business, such as a description, email address, physical address and website URL. These tools will include the option to quick reply to a frequently asked question. The Whatsapp Web edition will also be optimized so that a person can represent the business and manage all the incoming, outgoing messages with the convenience of a desktop computer.
WhatsApp for Business is now available in countries like Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, the United Kingdom, and the United States. The company said that WhatsApp is used by people all over the world in order to connect with various small businesses. The exact release date for WhatsApp Business for iOS platform is yet to announce by the giant. WhatsApp Business also offers messaging stats with various metrics, such as the number of read messages. This feature lets you customize the individual notifications of WhatsApp as per your preference.
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Businesses that set up profiles by using WhatsApp Business will have their profiles labeled as business profiles so that WhatsApp users who interact with those profiles understand they're interacting with a business.
Whether you need clothes from one country or you need vehicle pars from another country, there are many reasons to use the WhatsApp Business app. It's also more popular in some countries than others, which will realistically influence just how successful any particular business will be on the platform. There are also going to be other tools, such as smart messaging tools. It's a complete secure app and designed for the business owners to expand their businesses in the coming weeks. It has been talking about the Business app for a while now, so it is good to finally see the app released. While people are already using it for years now, the developers want to enhance the experience with a couple of business specific features.
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