WhatsApp Announced New Group Size Limit Feature 

WhatsApp now allows people to add up to 512 participants to a group. The new group size limit feature was officially announced in May and released for select users. WhatsApp users will now be able to form a large group with 512 participants. The current group size limit for a stable version is 256 people. It is now rolling out to anyone using the beta version.

WhatsApp has now released a new update for beta testers. The messaging platform now allows users to add up to 512 people to a group, a significant update. The company does not take too long to add new features and releases them on time. The new group size limit feature was officially announced in May and released for select users. It is now rolling out to anyone using the beta version.

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The current group size limit is 256 people, and now with the latest update, anyone can create a large group with 512 participants. The update rolled out to WhatsApp’s Android and iOS beta testers. It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving office.

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A beta tester will find new features in Android version 2.22.12.10 and iOS version 22.12.0.70 of WhatsApp.For this, sign up for the beta program here if you are not a beta tester. But, the beta program is complete, and try luck.

WhatsApp said it was one of the most requested features. “One of the top requests we constantly get is the option to add more people to chat, so we are now slowly building out the ability to add 512 people to a group,” WhatsApp said in a recent official announcement.

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Additionally, WhatsApp is working on an option that will allow people to store all their chats locally on their devices from a third-party service. Currently, users have the chance to backup all chats to Google Drive, and you don’t have complete control over it. With the addition of the new option, users will move chat backups to their phone’s local storage space, and someone will have the chance to add them back to Google Drive. 

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