WhatsApp does not stop updating and every week there is something new related to its function. But in recent weeks, sum a new feature that fits virtually unnoticed and is one of its best features.
The news associated with the app has recently been rotated around its "Holiday Mode" features, its change in context menu, the insertion of stickers or, above all, advertising among the messages we can not avoid.
But between such updates there is a very useful and practical function that almost nobody saw. It is related to how we respond to messages from others and streamline how we speak.
The new feature allows a user to respond to another by simply pushing the finger to the right of the message to be answered. This simple and useful is the new swipe option that makes sure that we respond to a certain part of a message in a WhatsApp conversation.
This type of action is quite common in iPhone applications – it's the way to respond to Telegram messages for a long time – and the feature was already available on Apple phones.
Now the good news is that it is available to Android users. To test it, we need to make sure that the app is updated to version 2.18.300. When the program is reinstalled and if possible, the finger shoots a message and answers very easily.
The answer option is still available if you hold your finger and hold it until the menu appears – as in another update, renewed and displayed vertically – with the ability to forward, highlight, copy, etc. However, for many users, it's easy to get used to focus on swiping and responding quickly to a question or commenting on a certain message in a conversation.
Source: Los Andes