Yes, many do not know that the web version of the popular android messaging service called WhatsApp has a web interface as well. It has been in a sleeping stage till now and finally the group has woken this version up. The company has rolled out new updates for WhatsApp web. This update has introduced some new features in order to improve the chatting experience of the desktop users.
Now users can directly change their profile picture and their status message in a click. Along with that, it offers more control over user’s chats and groups. This web version also features a quick action menu that pops up in the top right corner of the chat window. This feature chiefly allows a user to perform quick actions on current chats. Over that, a user also gets the option to archive their group conversations, mute them or exit from the group.
Other minor tweaks include contact and group info option, which pops up on the right sidebar. The sidebar will show the information about the person with whom a user is chatting with or the group information and its participants. There is also a red button housed at the bottom of this right sidebar. With this red button, a user can instantly delete their chats or can even exit a group. A user can also right click on the current chats lists, which is located on the left sidebar, this will bring up similar controls for archiving and deleting chats.
Users can start using this WhatsApp Web, by just launching the website web.whatsapp.com on their laptop or desktop browser. Scan the QR code from their phone and then they can start using these features in no time at all.