Whatsapp brings a new version, allowing us to send several contacts at a time without the need for several steps.
With the latest update of Whatsapp, beta 2.17.123, simply click on the clip next to the text box, choose contacts and touch the first, it will be highlighted above and we can go touching the following to add them. When we finish, simply press the green key with the arrow to the right, choose the fields that we want and touch the green icon with the paper airplane.
The application now gives us the ability to delete messages, send personalized batch messages and will soon allow companies to communicate with customers more efficiently.
The Messaging Service would be planning to enable a new digital payment tool.
Whatsapp has decided to launch a revolutionary breakthrough: a mobile payment system so its users can send money to each other. On a visit to India in February, Brian Acton, co-founder of the application, met with the country’s industry minister and admitted that they were “in the early stages” of study for a payment service.
The company has chosen India to launch this new service, being its largest market, with more than 200 million users. To do this, it has partnered with the Unified Payments Interface (UPI), an interbank payment system supported by the Indian government, which will allow its users to make money transfers between them before six months. At the moment, the plans of the company are not known to extend this new benefit to the rest of countries.
Having our own number as contact, it’s possible to use the app as a pseudo-cloud service
With this trick, we can not only talk to ourselves and make our chat an effective prompter, but also kind of a personal cloud. That way we can have a backup of some of our files to have on hand at any given time. In the same way, we can send messages and links using it as a notepad, send us documents, videos and photos, however we must take into account that in the application, when sending a photo, it is compressed and loses quality, so you will lose the original file.