WhatsApp is gearing up to introduce new text formatting features that will make it easier for users to communicate effectively. The new features, which are currently being tested in beta, will allow users to create quotes, bullet lists, and code blocks.
To create a quote, users will simply need to type the greater-than symbol (>) before the text they want to quote. For example, to quote this sentence, you would type:
WhatsApp is gearing up to introduce new text formatting features.
To create a bullet list, users will need to type a hyphen (-) before each item in the list. For example, a list of the new text formatting features would look like this:
- Bullet lists
- Code blocks
To create a code block, users will need to enclose the text in apostrophes (‘). For example, the following code block shows how to create a quote:
> WhatsApp is gearing up to introduce new text formatting features.
The new text formatting features are a welcome addition to WhatsApp, and they will make it easier for users to convey their messages clearly and concisely. The features are currently being tested in beta, but they are expected to be rolled out to all users in the coming weeks.
In addition to the new text formatting features, WhatsApp is also working on a number of other improvements, including a new voice message player and a way to edit sent messages. These updates are part of WhatsApp’s ongoing efforts to make the app more user-friendly and feature-rich.
If you’re interested in trying out the new text formatting features, you can download the latest beta version of WhatsApp from the App Store or Google Play.