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WhatsApp cover photos come to business accounts

Source: Harish Jonnalagadda / SamaGame

WhatsApp, the hugely popular instant messaging service, is testing a feature change that will allow business users to set a cover photo for their accounts.

The feature, which does not appear to be on the way for standard user accounts, is currently being tested by those in the iOS TestFlight program according to a report from WABetaInfo.

As you can see in this screenshot, WhatsApp plans to introduce a camera button in your business settings: you can select a photo or take a new one to use as your cover photo. When other people (including standard WhatsApp user accounts) visit your business profile, they will be able to see your cover photo.

Unfortunately, there’s no indication that this cover photo feature is coming to private user accounts, although there’s a chance WhatsApp could change course in the future, even before the feature ships to businesses, if we’re lucky. .

There is no timeline available for when this new feature will roll out to businesses or even if it will; Beta features can always be removed before hitting the App Store, of course.

WhatsApp is one of the best iPhone and Mac apps for people who need to communicate with people on other platforms and can be a valuable tool for businesses and private users.

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