WhatsApp working on the New Manage Reaction Notifications feature for Android beta

WhatsApp working on the new Reaction Notification feature. You can now manage your reaction notification. Recently it has rolled out the new Unknown Business Accounts feature for iOS users. It is one of the most popular instant messaging apps and you must be using it to stay connected with your friends, colleagues, and others.

WhatsApp always releases amazing features for users to enhance their users’ experience. Now it is rolling out a new way to manage the reaction notification feature. Today I am explaining to you about WhatsApp’s new Manage Reaction Notification. You can read this post till the end to know more details about this.

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WhatsApp working on Manage Reaction Notifications

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WhatsApp is about to release a way to manage the reaction notification for Android users. You are able to manage reaction notifications for group and individual chat threads. This feature is currently under development and the new Reaction notification feature will roll out soon. It was also working on the new option to manage reaction notifications for iOS users.

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Some time ago the message reactions feature has also enabled wrongly for the Android beta users. But the message reaction feature was removed immediately. This feature was enabled on the Android beta version

Recently it has rolled out the Unknown Business accounts feature for iOS users. This feature notify you when unknown business accounts will contact you. It will show you a message that ” it business account is not saved in your contacts”. You can either save or ignore that contact after notification about the unknown business account. Currently, this feature is rolling out for the iOS beta testers. But it will soon roll out for stable versions and all users.

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