In the beta version of WhatsApp through TestFlight, consumers may now ask a question and then choose from a list of possible replies before voting. WABetaInfo was the first to notice the change, which may make it easier for consumers to make choices like where to go out to dine or where to drink.
Because WhatsApp is encrypted, polls and their responses are also secure.
For a WhatsApp group, WhatsApp asks for a question to pose in the form of a poll. There aren’t any additional information available at this time since the feature is still under development, but this screenshot confirms that WhatsApp indeed want to integrate polls to WhatsApp. It is possible to pose a question and have others vote on the answer thanks to polls Only WhatsApp groups may access polls, and all responses are protected by end-to-end encryption. As a consequence, the poll and its results are only visible to members of the group.
Even while it’s not clear when this feature will be accessible in the App Store version of WhatsApp, WhatsApp has a strong track record of pushing beta features into production. Because it’s already one of the finest iPhone applications for sending and receiving encrypted messages, this new feature will likely be well-received.
WhatsApp is available for free in the App Store.