WhatsApp, which is owned by Facebook, has been working on a number of new features recently, including a group icon editor and the ability to transfer chats from Android to iPhone. The WhatsApp Messenger Rooms function, which was introduced last year, has now been removed.

According to a WABetaInfo report, the WhatsApp Messenger Rooms shortcut has been removed from the WhatsApp iOS and Android conversation share sheet. It was launched in May 2020 with the goal of allowing users to rapidly create a group of 50 people on Facebook Messenger.

The WhatsApp shortcut is likely to have been replaced with another shortcut, according to WABetaInfo. It’s probable that the firm was monitoring the use of this WhatsApp function and noticed that it wasn’t being utilized by many customers.

According to the report, WhatsApp beta for iOS and WhatsApp beta for Android are the two beta versions for iOS and Android, respectively, on which WhatsApp has disabled the sharing functionality.

With the elimination of the WhatsApp Messenger Rooms shortcut from the in-chat menu, users may now see shortcuts for Document, Camera, Gallery, Audio, Location, and Contact, which can be used to exchange information and data with their WhatsApp connections.

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