Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg has unveiled a fresh addition to WhatsApp’s features, allowing users to form groups devoid of names and accommodating up to 6 participants. Zuckerberg made this revelation through a recent Facebook post, explaining that this functionality proves handy for situations where time constraints or limited bandwidth prevent group naming.
Furthermore, the update entails that groups lacking a name but containing up to 6 members will be automatically christened based on the participants’ identities. For instance, if a group includes ‘Matt’ and ‘Lupin,’ WhatsApp will dynamically tag the conversation as ‘Matt and Lupin.’ To uphold user privacy, WhatsApp ensures that the group name appears distinctively for each participant, contingent on how they’ve saved the respective contact in their device.
For individuals introduced to a group where their contacts aren’t shared, only their phone number will be visible to others. The capability to generate unnamed groups will progressively roll out to all users in the upcoming weeks, necessitating a bit of patience. In recent times, WhatsApp’s developers have introduced a slew of new features, encompassing high-definition photo sharing, post-send media caption editing, and an innovative AI-powered sticker creation tool.