Meta-owned messaging platform WhatsApp is rolling out a new interface to its app settings on iOS beta. Beta users will see the settings tab replaced with a new “You” tab that displays the profile picture, and will help users easily switch accounts when the multi-account feature launches, WABetaInfo reports.
With the new interface, the platform also introduced three new access points to better highlight the important parts of the app. This allows users to easily access privacy settings, contact list and profile. Users will also notice a new shortcut placed over the profile picture allowing them to view and share their personal QR code.
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The new settings interface is currently available to some beta testers who install the latest WhatsApp beta for iOS update from the TestFlight app, and will roll out to more users in the coming weeks, the report said. Last week, it was reported that the messaging platform had started rolling out a caption editing feature on Android and iOS. This feature allows users to edit subtitles for videos, GIFs, and documents within 15 minutes of sending the message.
However, users can only edit a captioned message from the device it was originally sent from. Also, Meta founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg had announced that WhatsApp users can now send photos in HD quality. The HD photos feature is rolling out globally, and soon for HD videos, the company said.