When a user is calling, WhatsApp Web will show a smaller, separate window smaller about the width of a notification bar to accept or decline calls.
With the advanced search, WhatsApp users will be able to search for photos, audio and other forms of media much more efficiently.
It is also expected that WhatsApp is currently working on bringing dark theme to its desktop app and web soon.
Whatsapp dark theme has already rolled out for the beta versions of iOS and Android apps.
A new feature called Delete messages lets you choose how long should a WhatsApp message last.
On top of the app layout itself, shared location maps, too, will reportedly appear in shades of grey and black in dark mode.
WhatsApp is also reportedly working on message self destructing feature called 'delete message'.
One of the latest beta versions references a ‘WhatsApp registration code’ for multi-device support.
In the Android beta version 2.19.332, WhatsApp makes handling blocked contact easier.
The dark splash screen was already introduced in the WhatsApp beta version when running dark mode.
WhatsApp is testing to show you a new launch screen when you launch the app for the first time.
With this rumoured WhatsApp feature, users might be able to mark the chat to disappear in certain time.
WhatsApp might also get a tag of 'WhatsApp from Facebook' in the next update for Android and iOS.
The under-development feature allows users to create a boomerang clip from videos less than seven seconds.
WhatsApp is testing a new tweak to the picture in picture feature for Android users.
If you ever install a beta update on iOS or Android and face an issue, here's what to do.
WhatsApp for iOS is getting a hoard of new features, and here are all the details.
The ability to play consecutive audio messages on WhatsApp has been available for iOS users for a while.
Ads on WhatsApp are expected to look almost identical to sponsored ads on Instagram stories.
The Night Mode feature on WhatsApp isn't quite ready for a wider, public roll-out yet.