Within WhatsApp, right on the chat screen, there is a function that you can activate to forward messages. The forwarding feature allows you to forward messages from one conversation to another, either individually or in a group. Forwarded messages appear with a “Forwarded” label, which helps you identify whether messages sent to you were written by your friends or family or someone else.
Forward a message on WhatsApp
Likewise it is also a good way to find out if this or that message that is forwarded to you is a scam attempt, phishing, fraudulent link, etc. Because of this, and as a security measure, messages can be forwarded to a maximum of five chats at a time. If a message was forwarded many times, You can only forward it to one chat at a time to avoid massive spread. Since messages are end-to-end encrypted, WhatsApp messages include a counter which keeps track of how many times a message is forwarded, and the company cannot read this counter.
This week, after the release of the new update of WhatsApp beta for Android 188.8.131.52WhatsApp introduce a new limitation when forwarding messages that affects these forwards specifically within WhatsApp groups: when a message is marked as forwarded, it will no longer be possible to forward it to more than one group chat at a time. If you need to forward this message to more than one group chat, you have to select the message and forward it again.
Forward to only one group at a time
how do they tell us WABetaInfo experts, note that the new limitation takes effect “even when the message is forwarded once, so it is different from the previous limitation”. As we say, this option will prevent users from forwarding the same message to several chat groups within the application simultaneously, so they can only share it in a single WhatsApp group.
The feature is within WhatsApp Beta, so it is not known when it will arrive in the main version of WhatsApp. But we already have another feature on the way to make being in a group a little less insufferable at times.