WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging app, has imposed further restrictions on users.
According to international media, the management of WhatsApp has decided to impose more restrictions on forwarding messages.
WhatsApp banned all its users around the world from forwarding messages to up to 20 people in 2018 to prevent the spread of viral rumors, which was further reduced to 5 in 2019.
Earlier, in the world’s most popular messaging application, users could forward messages to as many individuals and groups as they wanted at the same time.
Now when users forward a message to WhatsApp groups or an individual user, after 5 times it gets labeled Forwarded Manitimes.
But now when you put a forwarding label on a message from WhatsApp, this message will not be forwarded to more than one group chat at a time.
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If you want to forward a message to more than one group, you must do this multiple times (to as many groups as you want to send), ie send them one by one.
This restriction will also apply to messages that have been forwarded only once.
It should be noted that the purpose of this change is to provide a safe environment for consumers and to ensure that fake news does not spread easily.