WhatsApp Beta, filter for unread messages and 2GB file shares

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Two new updates for WhatsApp Betaone on desktop and one mobile: the filter for unread messages and sharing of file fino a 2GB. Two conveniences designed for users who use the messaging app a lot.

WhatsApp Beta, filter for unread messages and 2GB shared files

The first news comes from XDA-Developers, which shows how a new one arrives in the desktop version of the messaging app button next to the search bar when looking for keywords or names. To the left of the box, you can enable search in all chats. Or limit it only to unread messages. A convenience for those who use the app a lot, perhaps for work.

In case the research would be empty while looking for unread messagesi, a link allows you to extend your search to other results as well.

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The other news comes directly from the WhatsApp team, which explains how as early as 2022 they had started experimenting with the possibility of sharing large files. Up to 2GB, size in line with some large files such as video but not only. At the beginning only in Argentina it was possible to reach this figure.

Already last month, however, the company had begun to enable other users to share large files, even outside the borders of the South American nation. With the beta Android 2..2.13.6, all users can cshare up to 2000 MB.

At the function, however, at the moment it is only in Beta, at the moment we do not know when WhatsApp can bring them to the stable version of the app. Times vary a lot depending on user feedback. But if everything works as expected, we will soon be able to send large files without any problems.

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