WhatsApp for Windows Lets You Pop-Out Chats for Focused Interactions

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Manage Multiple WhatsApp Conversations More Efficiently with Pop-Out Chat Windows

Switching between multiple conversations on WhatsApp can be time-consuming and distracting. To make messaging that one special person more convenient, WhatsApp is testing a new feature for its Windows app: pop-out chat windows.

WhatsApp Beta on Windows Introduces Pop-Out Chat Option

The latest WhatsApp beta update (v2.2407.9.0) for Windows brings a long-awaited solution to this common issue. This new feature allows users to create a separate window for an individual chat, detaching it from the main app. You can then resize and pin it anywhere on your desktop screen to focus on your conversation without distractions.

Accessing Pop-Out Chat: How It Works

As you can see in the screenshot above, the pop-out chat option will be available in the context menu when you right-click on a particular chat. This feature is especially useful for users who need to text multiple people simultaneously and prefer having individual chat windows open instead of switching between them in the same window.

Streamline Your Desktop Experience: Manage Multiple Windows

The pop-out chat feature is designed to take advantage of the desktop environment, making it easier for users to manage multiple windows at once. Those who collaborate on group projects or work together on tasks will particularly benefit from this feature as it saves time and increases productivity.

Try Out the Pop-Out Chat Feature: Availability and Download

Although it’s not yet available for everyone, including those of us at Beebom, the pop-out chat feature is already accessible to some WhatsApp Beta users on Windows. To try it out, you can download the beta app from the Microsoft Store. The stable version release is expected to follow shortly.

Future Updates: Dark Mode and More

If you’ve been eagerly anticipating the arrival of a , rest assured it’s on its way. In the meantime, share your thoughts on this new pop-out chat feature and how you plan to use it in the comments below.