Whats up it always changes and adjusts its functions to give its users a better in-app experience. Now includes a method to archive incoming messages and arrange them within the app to each one’s tastes and preferences.
The developers of the instant messaging platform, the technicians and even himself Mark ZuckerberListen to g users and one of the most increasing requests lately more control over the organization of messages.
Therefore, Whats up launched a function to have more control over archived messages: every time a message arrives in that chat, when a message is received it will no longer be unarchived, i.e. muted forever. This is a good way not to read spam and at the same time not block the person in question.
They spent three months developing this functionality from the app, which is very easy to activate. You must enter the “Settings” menu, go to “Chats” and activate the function. “Archive chats”. Once done, it will stay like that forever and you must do the same step to disable it.
What is holiday mode?
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, people are doing their home office all day in front of the screen and it is normal for them to ask for a few days off to rest. Therefore, Whats up created the function “Holiday mode” pso as not to disturb them.
It’s simple: block notifications for selected individual and group chats, a good option to leave work. There would be a way to archive them and if you go to the archive folder you can see them there. To enable “vacation mode”, do the following:
- You need to open the app and go into Settings and/or configuration.
- You should go into the Notifications menu and click “Vacation mode“.
- Next, you need to archive the individual chats or WhatsApp groups that you want to mute.
It is not yet known when this feature will be available, but as always, it will come to Android and iOS first. From Whats up They have already begun to explain how it will work, so it is believed that it will not last long.
Will you use any of the new features? What conversations annoy you the most?