You can also choose if you want to see WhatsApp messages in the notification bar or not.
The Frequently Forwarded Message feature is part of WhatsApp's effort to combat fake news and misinformation.
You can save WhatsApp status whether it is a picture or video on your Android phone, here is how you can do it.
The voice note preview will likely be part of a major update and will come along some other features.
Users will also have an option to un-hide the Status from WhatsApp settings.
The QR code feature, in typical BBM-style, will allow users to scan the code to add a contact.
Here is how you can avoid the unnecessary and automatic media download on WhatsApp.
WhatsApp is testing a new tweak to the picture in picture feature for Android users.
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.
The next WhatsApp update will reportedly also bring as many as 155 redesigned emojis.
The Night Mode feature on WhatsApp isn't quite ready for a wider, public roll-out yet.
WhatsApp doodle drawer will reportedly no more have the boring flat-faced emojis.
These animated stickers will be part of your sticker packs, and could also be added to third-party packs.
WhatsApp's new doodle UI will look very similar to the media drawer on Instagram.
The two features will not only help rid yourself of the annoying forwarded messages, it will also help your shield from misinformation.
Apparently, as of yet, the dark mode in the beta app only shows up on the Settings menu.
Here is a list of features we may soon see WhatsApp rolling out.
The doodle update being tested on the Android beta version has already been rolled out to iOS.