As per The Verge, new Telegram version 7.4.1, on the iOS devices, has added the option of importing chat history from WhatsApp. It means that you won’t lose any of your conversations in case of permanently switching messaging apps.
The latest update has just arrived at the iPhone users. It will soon be released for Android devices as well.
Along with WhatsApp, people can also import chat history from Line and KakaoTalk. The changelog of the new Telegram version informed on this. This new feature has arrived amid the already surging popularity of the instant messaging service.
Speaking of Telegram and its new iOS update, it supports importing both individuals and group conversations for WhatsApp. Here’s how you can do this on your iPhone:
All the imported messages will show a label saying “Imported,” informing about when they were sent originally. You also get the options of whether you want to attach media along with the chat history or not.
The app recently introduced a feature that allows the users to report “fake groups or channels” attempting to impersonate famous figures/organizations.
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