WhatsApp, the popular messaging app, has just released a new feature that will make it easier to create groups without having to come up with a name. This new feature, called “Unnamed Groups,” allows users to create groups without having to type anything in the group name field. Instead, the group will be assigned a default name based on the people who are added to the group.
This new feature is perfect for those times when you need to create a group quickly, or when you can’t think of a good name. It’s also great for groups that are only temporary, or for groups that are made up of people who already know each other.
For example, let’s say you want to create a group to plan a party. You could just create an unnamed group and add all of the people who are invited to the party. Unnamed groups will have a maximum limit of six participants, as confirmed by TechCrunch.
Each participant will view the group name differently based on their saved contacts in their phone. If you join an unnamed group with contacts that haven’t been saved, your phone number will be displayed in the group name, making this feature most suitable for friends and family who are already acquainted.