WhatsApp, a platform for instant messaging, has unveiled a new feature that lets users create groups on the instant chatting platform without giving them names.
Even if users need to quickly start a group or have not yet chosen a topic, the feature will assist them in doing so.
But unlike a conventional WhatsApp group, which may have up to 1,024 members, the messaging service revealed that an unidentified group will have a maximum of six members.
According to the firm, these groups’ names will change based on the members who are added to them.
“Making it simpler to start WhatsApp groups by naming them based on who’s in the chat when you don’t feel like coming up with another name,” Zuckerberg stated.
After the modification, selecting a unique group name will no longer be required; WhatsApp will instead create one based on the names of the participants.
The group name will not include the user’s name when viewed from their smartphone.
Each participant’s group name will display differently based on how they have their contacts saved on their phone. According to the app, if you join a group with members who haven’t saved their contacts, the group name will include your phone number.
Because these groups can only contain a maximum of six people, the function is designed for smaller gatherings of friends, family, or coworkers.
As opposed to the 1,024 users that WhatsApp now permits in standard group chats.
The feature is rolling out already, you can update your WhatsApp to check if the feature is live for your device.