WhatsApp is easily one of the most popular messaging apps in the world. Until today, though, if you wanted to invite someone to join a group chat, you had to do so one person at a time. The new beta changes that with public group links. If you run a group in WhatsApp, the new beta gives you the option to invite new people to the chat via a link. You can share this link directly, via a QR code or on an NFC tag. This makes it way easier to invite as many people as possible. Later, you can also revoke a link, so no one will be able to join the chat with it. If you're interested in trying out the feature, you can join the WhatsApp beta program via the link below, then download the beta version of the app.
WhatsApp Adds Public Group Chat Links In The Latest Beta
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