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WhatsApp’s new green features leave users dissatisfied

WhatsApp’s new green features leave users dissatisfied

WhatsApp’s new green features leave users dissatisfied

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WhatsApp, a messaging platform owned by Meta, sparked frustration among users this week when it introduced capital letters to its “online” and “typing” indicators, a move aimed at modernizing its interface.

However, after facing backlash on social media, WhatsApp swiftly reverted the change, reassuring users that the app would return to its previous state.

Yet, it seems WhatsApp isn’t done experimenting, as numerous users have noticed peculiar green elements in the app, prompting them to express their discontent on platforms like X (formerly Twitter).

The update introduced green icons in the search feature, a green cursor, green notifications, and even a green spellcheck.

One user voiced their displeasure, stating, “We resist change. First, altering the “Online” and “Typing” indicators, now the inundation of green—notifications, spellcheck, cursor, everything. ‘But it’s for branding’… No. We resist change. Let us be.”

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Furthermore, the majority of users have expressed dissatisfaction with WhatsApp’s new green color scheme. In response to user feedback, a WhatsApp spokesperson clarified that this was merely a “minor trial” and assured users that things would return to normal soon.

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