There won’t be spelling mistakes in WhatsApp chat now, new ‘Context Menu’ version released

WhatsApp: It keeps on introducing new features from time to time to enhance the user experience. In the latest report, it has been learned that the instant messaging app owned by Meta has released a new version of ‘Context Menu‘. The special thing is that in this new version a new section has been added for the user, which allows them to chat during the chat.

Will prevent spelling mistake.

In the latest report of Wabetainfo, it has been informed that WhatsApp has released a new ‘Context Menu’ version. However, this version will be available after installing the latest WhatsApp beta for Windows from the Microsoft Store.

WhatsApp is releasing a second version of the context menu on Windows beta!

After removing the redesigned context menu, WhatsApp is adding it back with the spelling action menu!

— WABetaInfo (@WABetaInfo) August 2, 2022

Let us tell you, earlier also WhatsApp introduced the redesigned Context Menu feature, but it was removed with the next update.

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Now once again this version has been introduced with WhatsApp beta for Windows 2.2230.4.70. A screenshot of this new version has also been shared in the report of Wabetainfo. It is seen in this screenshot that the redesigned Context Menu version has been introduced with a new ‘Spelling’ section. Let us tell you, this section was not available in the previously released Redesigned Context Menu.

As we mentioned, this new version of the redesigned Context Menu is available to all users who will install the version of WhatsApp for Windows beta from the Microsoft Store.

WhatsApp admin will be able to delete any message

WhatsApp recently rolled out a new feature. Through this, now the group admin will be able to delete any message for everyone. However, at the moment this feature was made available only to some beta testers. Apart from this, WhatsApp recently revealed in the latest report that in the month of July, the company has banned more than 22 lakh accounts.

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