WhatsApp rolling out the new Chat Filters Feature for the (UWP) Universal Windows Platform beta

WhatsApp is rolling out the new Chat Filters feature. You must be using it to stay connected with your friends and family and it is one of the most popular instant messaging apps. Recently it has rolled out the new Archived Chats for UWP.

Now it is releasing the new Chat Filters feature for UWP. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp’s New Chat Filters feature. You have to read this post till the end to know more about the new Chat Filters feature.

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WhatsApp rolling new Chat Filters feature

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WhatsApp is releasing a new feature that lets users filter their chats. Users are now able to filter their chats. It is adding a new button in the chats list interface and users can easily filter their chats. Users will see the 4 filters Unread, Contacts, Non-contacts, and Groups to filter their chat. As you can see in the given image below that, when the users tap on the filter button then they will see the 4 filters to filter their chats as per their requirements.

WhatsApp new Chat Filters, Image Credit: WABetaInfo

When the user taps on the Unread filter then all the unread chats will appear and they can easily read all the unread chats. When the user taps on the Contacts filter then a list of all contacts will appear that is saved in their address book. The Non-Contacts filter generates a list of all Unknow chats. When the user selects the Groups Filter then a full list of all the groups will appear of which you are part. Also, the old group chats.

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The new chat filters feature is rolling out for the Universal Windows platform beta users. This feature is available on the UWP beta version 2.2216.4.0. Chat Filters feature is already available for the WhatsApp Business for Android and iOS.

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