WhatsApp’s group messaging is a fun way for friends, family, and coworkers from various circles to connect, exchange photos, videos, and stay connected.
However, this constant open connection can cause a headache at times. You could be working at the office, trying to concentrate on reading when someone in the group sends posts hilarious message or video, and your entire attention span is shattered.
Most of the time, we are added to groups without our consent and are forced to stay to avoid ‘disrespecting’ the admins. It gets worse when the group is working towards something charitable.
Sometimes you opt to leave but the problem arises when a group notification is sent to all the other members to alert them that you have left.
This exits often result in misunderstandings, offenses, and a range of petty issues arising.
Not any longer! WhatsApp is said to be working on a number of innovative and interesting features that would make the messaging app more user-friendly.
The Meta-owned instant messaging app is often adding new features, and the most recent addition is the ability for WhatsApp group users to leave groups quietly. The new functionality will allow users to covertly exit undesired groups without informing others. Only the group admins will be notified.
This feature is presently under development for WhatsApp Desktop beta, but it is expected to be released in the near future for WhatsApp beta for Android and iOS as well.