WhatsApp may work to create groups within groups. Perhaps it should be considered a kind of conference room for presentations. For example, including a group to go to a party can be very helpful, but everyone in that group can and isn’t willing to do so.
A community attribute was found in the beta source code for the application. This feature allows group administrators to create their own groups with other co-administrators. This group is closed to other co-administrators and writes WEBetaInfo. Therefore, this is really primarily the role of the group administrator and you will get more options for organizing the group.
It is also possible to invite others in small groups, that is, via links. End-to-end encrypted messages are also provided within the community group. This means that because the message is encrypted, hackers simply can’t read the message, which isn’t possible.
It’s still unclear if this feature will be out of beta and rolled out worldwide (not to mention someday), but WhatsApp will continue to innovate. At the same time, the question is whether people are waiting for an easier way to create groups within a group. After all, it ultimately leads to more group chats. This is unfortunately a big annoyance for many people using WhatsApp.
Task forces, crypto groups, F1 groups, groups where friends are planning vacations, family groups, different family groups … groups can sometimes be very busy and it’s a daily job to maintain. Even at all. You can mute, but in some groups you may not be able to afford (or just want to) lose your message. Will this new option get stuck in groups and crowds? I’m also wondering how this function works because I couldn’t make a complete decision from the source code. We’ll talk more about this later.