WhatsApp messenger is getting another update that will add a number of new and very useful features to the application. According to the developers, the innovations "will make the chat not only more convenient, but also more interesting."
The first innovation concerns conducting polls in chats. Users will now be able to create polls with the ability to select a single answer instead of multiple options. To do this, you need to turn off the "Allow multiple responses" setting.
However, this is not the only change to the polls’ functionality; there's also poll search in chat, plus poll creators will now be able to get notifications of how many people have already voted.
The fourth innovation is the ability to send messages with a signature: users can easily send a photo or video from one chat to another along with a signature. If they like so, during the transfer, users can leave the signature, delete it or replace it with their own signature.
The fifth innovation is the addition of signatures to documents. Now users will be able to add a signature to any document, not just photos and videos like before.
The update has already started rolling out to users of stable versions of WhatsApp. It will be available to all users in the coming weeks.
For the first time in several years, the developers recently changed the design of the Android version of the messenger. It will now look more like the iOS version of the app. Users have long been asking for such an update, as the iOS version makes it easier to navigate between tabs, as the new design places the navigation bar at the bottom instead of the top of the screen.