WhatsApp is getting a new feature that allows users to mute...

A new feature is introduced in WhatsApp that allows users to mute certain chats forever. The tech giant has reported on Twitter that it is adding a new option called “Always” in the chat settings. This feature has been rolling out in beta testing for a while, but the company finally rolled it out on the stable version.

Prior to this update, the mute settings have three options that allow you to mute a chat for 8 hours, 1 week, or 1 year. The third option now changes to “Always”, which allows you to mute a chat forever. However, in WhatsApp, you can still choose whether or not to show notifications for this chat. The function is now being transferred to iOS and Android devices as well as the WhatsApp web.

For the sake of clarity, here are the steps to mute a chat on WhatsApp forever. Open the chat> tap the menu option in the top right corner and select Mute notifications. You will see three options where you need to select the third: Always> Press OK. As mentioned earlier, you can select Show notifications if you just want to see notifications with no warning. However, after being muted, you will see the Unmute Notifications option in the chat settings instead of the Mute notifications option.

WhatsApp is doing a lot to ensure that the app continues to meet the dynamic needs of users. One of the various features the company is working on is multiple device support, where users use the same account on different devices, which is currently not possible. The company will also work on the ability to make voice and video calls through the web client.

With the messaging app, you’ll be able to use the same account on different devices in no time. It could allow users to work with the same account on four different devices at the same time.

There could also be video calling and voice calling support for the web client. If you receive a call on WhatsApp while using the web client, you will see a pop-up window with options to receive and decline the call. There is also an “Ignore” option below. If you’re in the middle of a call, you’ll see a small pop-up with options to start the video, mute it, reject it, and more.

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