In addition to this change for WhatsApp group chat, the service is also launching a new feature called Catch Up - allowing users to see a quick recap of messages that have mentioned or replied to you since you've been away.
In a bid to stay ahead of the rivals, WhatsApp has now brought new features to improve the user-experience in group chats. Users can not be repeatedly added to a Group that they have quit.
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The report comes a week after Kim made his second trip to China in less than two months to again meet with President Xi Jinping. But since the Winter Olympics in the South, Pyongyang and Washington have agreed to the unprecedented Singapore meeting.
WhatsApp CEO Jan Koum recently left the company, and the social messaging platform was in the middle of a hassle as its parent company, Facebook, was in the news for all the wrong reasons. This is also likely to help company's fight with Telegram, a competitor that has been getting decent traction in recent past for Group chats. Additionally, if you are a group creator, you can no longer be removed from the group. This includes group's name, icon and description.
With this feature, WhatsApp Groups get more descriptive. The feature is available under "Admin Controls" in Group settings.
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Jeffress responded in a tweet of his own by defending his view that 'salvation is through faith in Christ alone'. Pastor Jeffress is a Southern Baptist, and the quotes attributed to him by Romney are accurate.
With this new component, any client or the group administrator can add a portrayal to the visiting group to portray the group's motivation and set the phase for a specific dialog on the conversation.
These features are quite awesome for group members catching up after being away from the conversation, a new catch-up option helps recap what you've missed. The new features are available for Android and iOS users.
And finally, users can now search for particular group participants within group chat.
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It was a remarkable comeback for the 92-year-old Mahathir, who was prime minister for 22 years until his retirement in 2003. He has said the funds were a donation from the Saudi royal family and was later cleared by Mr Apandi of any wrongdoing.