WhatsApp gets automatic album feature for its channels

WhatsApp gets automatic album feature

WhatsApp gets automatic album feature for its channels

Meta-owned WhatsApp gets an automatic album-creation feature for its channels in the latest Android beta. WhatsApp channels have received a new feature in the form of automatic album creation in its present Beta release version

According to WaBetaInfo, once the album is shared, the WhatsApp channel will automatically organize several consecutive photographs or videos. This update is currently accessible to some beta testers. It will be handed out to more people in the coming days.

WhatsApp is always adding new and innovative features for its users to create easier and more natural methods to interact with media content within channels.

How does WhatsApp’s automatic album creation feature work?

According to the WaBetaInfo, when channel managers upload many consecutive images or videos in a channel. WhatsApp now automatically organizes them into an organized album. So that channel followers may quickly tap on the automatic album to access the complete collection.

This feature was previously unavailable to channels. Furthermore, the photographs and videos in the album allow channel reactions. This new function would improve media organization and accessibility for channel subscribers.

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Users will be able to view and browse the whole collection by tapping on the automated album with this new feature of Whatsapp. This feature is currently available to selective beta testers who have installed the most recent WhatsApp beta (v2.23.26.16) from the Google Play Store for Android.

The timing for its public release, which will allow all users access, is unknown. Nonetheless, this feature promises more clarity in media organization for content-rich channels.

This feature makes it easier to interact with other users’ status updates by displaying a reply bar that is always visible. It will reduce the need to swipe up for access. It is expected to be available for both Android and iOS users. This new feature is similar to the convenience of direct replies to Instagram stories.

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