Groups are a vital part of WhatsApp, though, as the popularity of the platform for messaging on Facebook has increased, as well as the number of unwanted group chats. Today, after testing on iOS, WhatsApp is launching new privacy settings that should help control this work. that the user is a contact in the phone of the administrator. However, within this latest deployment, WhatsApp users will now be able to choose who to add groups to.
To access the new feature, users simply need to go to the settings menu in the WhatsApp menu and click Accounts. Then tap "Privacy" and then "Groups" will allow users to choose three options: "Everyone," "My Contacts," or "None." Each group of "All" allows users to leave their invitations to the group fully open as they are today. ] WhatsApp now unfolds one very important privacy function "/>