WhatsApp is working on the community tab and voice recording features, shown in the current beta

WhatsApp is constantly adding new features to its platform in order to improve the customer experience. In the most recent such development, it has been discovered that the corporation is currently working on a new community page for its app. A feature tracker disclosed the information, which claims that the functionality will allow group admins to add certain groups to a "Community." These organizations will then be listed together under the Community category.

According to WABetaInfo, the messaging platform is now working on the community Tab feature. The feature was discovered in the most recent WhatsApp beta for Android 2.22.6.9. While the functionality is not yet accessible, the feature tracker supplied a screenshot of the Community tab symbol. The new icon replaces the camera icon that was previously present.

According to reports, Community Tab is a shortcut for the upcoming "Community Home" feature. Communities are anticipated to be end-to-end encrypted private areas where group administrators will have more control over their groups.

Aside from that, WhatsApp has added a new feature to its current Beta edition. According to the feature tracker, this allows Android beta testers to pause and resume voice recording. Android users who are currently signed up for WhatsApp's beta version can update to version 2.22.6.9 to use the new feature. It's worth noting that the most recent version displays voice waveforms when you record a voice note.

WhatsApp has yet to start testing the Community feature. When that happens, beta testers will be able to utilize it before it is fully rolled out. Because WhatsApp has yet to provide any specifics regarding this function, it is impossible to predict when it will be made available to the public. Having said that, the Voice recording pause and resume feature, which is already in beta testing, should be available soon.