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Latest WhatsApp Beta Test Reveals New Chat Filter Feature

WhatsApp has achieved some truly enormous scale over the past decade or so, thereby making it the primary messaging app for billions of people although it has failed to reach a similar level of success in its home country of America. Some of the updates that WhatsApp has been rolling out as of late are attempts to help users keep their messages organized with all things having been considered and taken into account.

Messaging organization has been a much needed upgrade for WhatsApp for quite some time now because of the fact that this is the sort of thing that could potentially end up helping users sort through the countless messages they receive every day. With all of that having been said and now out of the way, it is important to note that the latest update that’s coming to WhatsApp has a useful feature that can help out in this organization process because it includes a chat filter that users can implement to see the messages that are most important to them, reports WBI.

The chat filter feature has been available for business users for a long time, but in spite of the fact that this is the case regular users will be able to use it as well because the update has gotten a wide rollout and anyone can start using it after they update their app. Users will get four different categories that they can sort their messages into, namely Unread Messages, Groups, Contacts and Non-Contacts.
This can help simplify matters for users whose WhatsApp has started to get cluttered. We tend to give out our numbers to lots of people, and most of them will have WhatsApp as well so they can get in touch with you there. This might make it likely that someone you don’t know might try to message you, though, and with this chat filter you can ignore their message as long as you have the Contacts filter selected. It can also help users to see any messages they might have missed with the Unread Messages option and Group messages will be better organized too now.


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