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Have you ever faced a situation where you are unable to add someone to a WhatsApp group because you don't have admin rights? Now, WhatsApp makes it possible with its newly launched feature.
The update is available for its beta application for Android on the upgraded Version of 2.16.281 along with iOS users. Notably, the latest beta build also brings several bug fixes.
In this feature, you have to send Public Group Invite Links before adding someone in as a participant. Since last few months, WhatsApp was rumored to bring shareable links feature to invite new users to a group. Here's how you do it.
Step 1. Install the update
You need to update your WhatsApp Beta version to get the new feature.
Step 2. Send Invite to Participant
To invite participant in the group, you'll get an invite link which you are supposed to send to the selected contact.
Step 3. Hit Join Group
Once the invite participant link is sent, the contact willreceive a notification saying 'Do you want to join 'ABC' group? This group is created by XYZ and has BCD participants'. Along with the message, you'll find an option called join group. Click on it.
Step 4. Verify the Link
As soon as you click on the link, it'll automatically start verifying. Once successfully verified, you've finally become the group participant.