WhatsApp Finally Brings in Chat Filters to Sort Your Chats Quickly

WhatsApp, the world’s most popular messaging service, has finally gotten a useful feature. This is a feature that this messaging platform should have gotten many years ago.

Better late than never, WhatsApp finally lets you sort your chats on the main chats screen. When you now launch WhatsApp on your phone, you will see three different tabs at the topmost portion of your screen.

The three tabs in question are All, Unread, and Groups. With these three tabs, you can now easily filter all of your chats.

whatsapp chat filters

The first tab is the All Chats tab. This is the default tab, and it shows you all of your conversations, whether they have been unread, along with group chats. The second tap is the Unread tab. Tapping on this tab will show you all the chats whose messages you still need to read. With the Third tab, you no longer have to scroll through your chats to see what messages you still need to read.

Finally, the Groups tab. This is probably one of the most important tabs out there that has been added to WhatsApp. When you tap on the Groups tab, you get to scroll through all of your Groups chats.

With the introduction of these tabs, you can now easily find your chats with ease without having to go on an endless scrolling journey.

So, when does this feature roll out? Well, if you install the latest WhatsApp update for your Android and iOS devices, you will get this feature. WhatsApp users who have been on the beta train for the app have already had this feature for the past couple of weeks.

If you haven’t got the new chat filter tabs yet, expect them to roll out in the coming days or weeks.

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