Communities, an umbrella of groups, has been one of the most talked-about WhatsApp features recently.As much as we envy those select few who currently have the feature, we can’t deny the fact that they couldn’t access camera from the main page. This would have been an inconvenience for many.The camera shortcut will solve that issue.
WhatsApp released Communities to a limited number of Android beta testers last month. With WhatsApp beta for Android 184.108.40.206, a camera shortcut was added for beta testers who enabled Communities. The feature replaces the camera tab in the app. However, the shortcut showed up even for users who had the camera tab. WhatsApp has now corrected this error in beta version 220.127.116.11.
Today, WhatsApp rolled out Android beta 18.104.22.168 to fix the bug in the previous beta version. The bug that enabled the camera shortcut to those with a separate camera tab has been fixed.Now, only those lucky beta users who can create Communities will see the new camera shortcut.Others who see the shortcut and the tab must install the latest update.
WhatsApp rolled out a camera shortcut to some beta testers who lost their camera tab after enabling the ability to create Communities.The shortcut is near the search button at the top-right corner of the app. It is only available for certain beta testers as of now.More Community-enabled users are expected to get it soon.WhatsApp beta for Android 22.214.171.124, however, had a bug. Instead of enabling the camera shortcut for just those who did not have the tab anymore, it added the shortcut for even those without the ability to create Communities.
Apple has hiked the prices of the iPhone SE (2022) smartphone in India. The device was introduced in March this year at Rs. 43,900 for its base 4GB/64GB model.Now, following a Rs. 6,000 price hike, it will set you back by Rs. 49,900. The tech giant has raised the prices for all the storage configurations of the device.