WhatsApp Collections Feature Arrives for Business Users, New Control Bar in PiP Mode Spotted

WhatsApp is reportedly rolling out the ‘Collections’ feature for all WhatsApp Business users. This will enable businesses to better organize their catalogs and group items into categories. The new archive feature is said to be available to users around the world today. As mentioned, the feature is live for business accounts only, and personal accounts won’t see any changes in the app. Apart from this, WhatsApp is also testing a new control bar that will allow users to easily pause and resume videos in picture-in-picture (PIP) mode.

The instant message app is said to be rolling out the new archive tab to all business users across the globe. Users will be able to create ‘collections’ to organize the items in their catalogue. This option can be found by tapping on the three dot icon in the top-right corner of a business account, and then going to Business Tools > Catalog > Add New Collection. whatsapp business Users can choose the name of their choice for each collection.

Confirming the rollout, WhatsApp informed techcrunch“We want to make WhatsApp It’s the best way for people to shop for goods and services and for businesses to connect with their customers, which is why we’re making it easy to see what a business has to offer on WhatsApp. “

WhatsApp gets a new control bar for all PiP videos
photo credit: WaBetaInfo

Apart from the Collections feature, WhatsApp has also released Android Beta for testers. WABetaInfo They say That update brings a new control bar for picture-in-picture videos. The tracker reports that the control bar will allow users to quickly pause/resume video or open/close full-screen mode. A control bar on WhatsApp is currently only available for videos shared from select platforms, but WhatsApp is now reportedly enabling it to support all videos. To recall, picture-in-picture mode on WhatsApp is only supported for Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, ShareChat and streamable content. For YouTube videos, WhatsApp offers two additional options in full-screen mode: “Watch Later” and “Share”.

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Tasneem Akolawala is a senior reporter for Gadgets 360. His reporting expertise includes smartphones, wearables, apps, social media, and the tech industry as a whole. She reports out of Mumbai, and also writes about the ups and downs in the Indian telecom sector. Tasneema can be reached on Twitter at @MuteRiot, and leads, tips and releases can be sent to [email protected]

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