WhatsApp, which Meta owns, is developing a new subscription-based strategy. It was discovered a few days ago by the WhatsApp updates tracker. When the new model is released, customers may be asked to pay a charge to continue utilizing particular capabilities that it will give.
Continue reading to learn more about the WhatsApp Premium business app.
According to a new WABetaInfo report, WhatsApp is developing a subscription-based strategy for Business account customers. It is known as WhatsApp Premium. Developers are creating the feature on all of WhatsApp’s platforms, including Android, iOS, and Desktop. While the specifics of WhatsApp Premium are not yet available, the publication claims that the concept will be optional for corporate accounts.
WABetaInfo also states in its research that WhatsApp Premium may allow users to connect up to ten accounts to a certain mobile number. It may also allow consumers to establish a personalized URL for their company. Aside from that, no additional information about the WhatsApp Premium model is currently available. However, the functionality may be provided soon because, more often than not, if spotted by WABetaInfo, a feature is deployed quickly.
Furthermore, WhatsApp is developing a new Chat Filters functionality for Business Accounts. As the name implies, the functionality will let WhatsApp Business Accounts customers to better organize their communications with separate chats. Chat Filters, like other features, should be available for all versions of WhatsApp, including WhatsApp for Android, iOS, and Desktop. Continue reading to learn more about WhatsApp Chat Filters.
Also, the platform is developing a new feature dubbed Companion mode that will allow users to use the platform on various devices. WhatsApp Companion Mode will essentially allow users to connect their primary device, i.e., the smartphone, with a WhatsApp account on a separate smartphone. However, customers are logged out of their primary device’s WhatsApp account when they use WhatsApp on a secondary device. A snapshot also shows that when users start using WhatsApp on the second smartphone, all data from the first device is deleted.