According to a report by WABetaInfo, the website that tracks changes in WhatsApp, the platform will allow Android tablet users to use the split view feature on the tablet version of the app.
Usually, the conversation (chat) tab takes up the entire screen when a user opens WhatsApp when the users open a chat on the tablet version of the app, the report added. In order to open any other WhatsApp conversation, the user has to go back to the chat list and then chat.
The new feature will allow WhatsApp users to view other chats while the existing conversation is going on.
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The split view will help users to manage and organise chats by quickly scrolling through the list of conversations without having the need to exit the current chat.
The split view feature will help users to manage and organise their chats by scrolling through the list of conversations without exiting their current chat.
WhatsApp has started rolling out the Split View feature and users can install the update through the Android beta program. The update carries the firmware version 184.108.40.206 which gives tablet users the ability to use tablets running the Android operating system.
Split view feature WhatsApp
Split view feature on WhatsApp allows users to switch between conversations quickly without having to close one conversation before opening another. It also makes multitasking easier as users can now view multiple conversations at the same time.