PM Modi Joins WhatsApp Channel To Stay Connected With Citizens, Shares Pic Of New Parliament Building

New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched his broadcast channel on WhatsApp in order to stay connected with his followers and have “continued interactions”. In his first post in his channel, he said: “Thrilled to join the WhatsApp community! It is yet another step closer in our journey of continued interactions. Let’s stay connected here! Here’s a picture from the new Parliament Building…”

WhatsApp launched Channels service worldwide which is a one-way broadcast medium to inform and update followers with an option of emoji reactions. Some popular celebrities have launched their Channel on WhatsApp including Akshay Kumar, Katrina Kaif, Indian Cricket Team, etc.

What Are WhatsApp Channels?

PM Modi Joins WhatsApp Channel

Think of WhatsApp Channels as a special way to get updates. These updates are separate from your regular chats, so they won’t clutter your messages. You can choose to follow different channels, like your favorite sports team or a celebrity, and get updates from them. Channels are separate from your chats, and who you choose to follow is not visible to other followers. 

WhatsApp takes your privacy seriously. When you follow a channel, it’s private. Other followers can’t see who you’re following, and your personal information is safe.

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WhatsApp Channels New Features:

WhatsApp is making Channels even better with some new features:

Enhanced Directory: Now, it’s easier to find channels that interest you. They are sorted by country, popularity, and activity level.

Reactions: You can show your feelings about updates using emojis. Don’t worry; your reactions won’t be visible to others.

Editing: Admins of channels can make changes to their updates for up to 30 days, and then they automatically disappear.

Forwarding: When you share an update with your friends or groups, it includes a link back to the channel so others can check it out too.

List Of WhatsApp Channel

  1. Text Messaging: You can send text messages to individuals or groups.
  2. Voice and Video Calls: Make voice and video calls to your contacts.
  3. Status Updates: Share photos, videos, and text updates as your status for your contacts to see.
  4. End-to-end Encryption: WhatsApp provides end-to-end encryption to ensure the privacy and security of your messages and calls.
  5. Group Chats: Create and participate in group chats with multiple contacts.
  6. Media Sharing: Send and receive photos, videos, documents, and other files.
  7. Voice Messages: Record and send voice messages to contacts.
  8. WhatsApp Web: Use WhatsApp on your computer through a web browser.
  9. WhatsApp Business: For businesses, there’s WhatsApp Business with features like business profiles, automated messaging, and labels to manage customer interactions.
  10. Broadcast Lists: Send messages to multiple contacts without creating a group.
  11. Location Sharing: Share your real-time location with contacts.
  12. Payments (in some regions): In select countries, you can send and receive money through WhatsApp.
  13. WhatsApp Web: Use WhatsApp on your computer through a web browser.
  14. Dark Mode: WhatsApp offers a dark mode for more comfortable night-time use.
  15. Two-Step Verification: Add an extra layer of security to your WhatsApp account.
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