Whatsapp Will Soon Allow 1024 Members In Group Chats

To keep up with other messaging services that are far ahead, WhatsApp has been integrating new capabilities onto its platform. One of the areas of concentration, which keeps expanding, has been WhatsApp group chats. A WhatsApp group could only have 256 members for a very long period. This was sufficient for a small group of relatives and friends, but it had its limitations for those who worked for an organisation or for a bigger group.

1,024 persons in WhatsApp’s Group Chat 

The number was recently increased to 512 persons. The number of people you may add to a group will soon surpass 1,000, according to a recent analysis by WABetaInfo, which shows that this number will double. It’s true that WhatsApp is releasing an update that would enable the creation of groups with up to 1,024 members.

Sadly, the feature is only available to beta members and is now being rolled out to them alone. In actuality, not every beta participant has gotten this functionality. The extended WhatsApp group chat feature is allegedly only available to a small number of users. Users of Android and iOS are beginning to receive this capability.

Telegram Allows up to 200,000 People in a Group Chat

When you create a group chat in WhatsApp, you will notice the higher number cap if you are using this feature for yourself. A group chat that has more than a thousand participants works the same way it did when there was a 256-person limit. The only real differences are that you will notice more messages and that more people will hear your messages.

While it may seem absurd to be able to add more than 1,000 people to a group conversation on WhatsApp, its rival Telegram allows up to 200,000 users to join the same group. Businesses or people using a group for broadcasting could benefit from this. In that situation, you will be able to reach a large audience with your message or information.


A believer in 'less talk and more work', Sushant is a geek and gadget freak. A content analyst, strategist, graphic designer, digital marketing expert, and blogger. In the free time, you can find him doing research on new gadgets. To follow his posts and stay updated, you can reach him at [email protected]

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