Apple users are unable to access the newest beta version of Share Sheet Contact suggestions, records.
WhatsApp has recently removed the Message Sharing feature in its latest version of beta — 2.20.42 for iPhone users and is available in its update 2.20.40. It is because although users appreciated the convenience of this feature, crashes have occurred simultaneously in the share sheet.
The Share Book menu will allow your user, once you click on the Share button of an other device, to show contact proposals if you wish to share something. Alternatively, the mechanism is pressed on the sharing button, then the communication request appears on the WhatsApp app.
The "Contacts Suggestions feature" should be temporarily disabled in this update so that in certain cases a possible share sheet crash is avoided, "a WaBetaInfo tweet noted.
Today, users are allowed to share content or media by clicking the WhatsApp icon and sharing it with the connection they want.
For the next iteration of WhatsApp, the purpose of message sharing may also be rekindled.
The app, released at the end of March, was released with iOS 2.20.40.
The fundamental concept of this update was to view the contacts as proposals for content sharing.
"Your WhatsApp contacts on iPhone 13 will now appear in the Sharing Sheet as proposals when you share content from another app," reads the overview of iPhone 2.20.40. The functionality was a sort of shortcut, enabling the use of an iPhone user to share content of another device from WhatsApp, by proposing shortcutting for the client. It would be better for the user as a few measures could be skipped to exchange information.
WhatsApp has also received an update for Android users through Google Play.
WaBetainfo announced on its version 2.20.117 that WhatsApp can include an advanced search and backup feature.