You can find it inside the app's Settings, Account, Privacy, and Groups.
From there, you'll have three days to decide whether or not to approve the invitation before it expires.
The Facebook-owned service said that the feature is already rolling out for some users and will be available worldwide within the coming weeks.
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More likely, though, it's just an atmospheric way for us to remember not that Winter Is Coming, but that Winter Is Here. Game of Thrones returns to Sky Atlantic for it's eighth and final season on Monday, April 15 at 2am and 9pm.
WhatsApp is going to change the app that you are using right now. Today, the WhatsApp extended its group controls to users, now user can select who can add you to a group.
The new invite system means that users can choose to be added to only groups for which an invite has been sent by their contact.
With the new option, you will be able to choose who can add you into groups: "Everyone", "My Contacts" in your phonebook, or "Nobody". But, the new "Group Invitation" feature has come as a big relief, especially for those who were annoyed by getting randomly added to the WhatsApp groups.
Correspondent|WhatsApp is set to roll out a new privacy feature. If you reserve this privilege to your contacts, others will still be able to invite you to their groups.
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Instead, he said he'll give Mexico a "one-year warning" to curb the flow of drugs into the U.S. The emergency declaration already faces a number of legal challenges.
The Indian government had been asking WhatsApp to ensure user consent before being added to WhatsApp groups.
This is a significant update for WhatsApp and a frequently requested feature that will limit abuse and keep people's phone numbers private, a WhatsApp spokesperson told Mail Online.
Nearly two months ago, it was reported that WhatsApp was developing a tool within settings that will allow you to manage how you get invited by others into groups.
People in India can submit misinformation or rumours to the "Checkpoint Tipline on WhatsApp" at +91-9643-000-888.
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I understand that, and I've heard what these women are saying. "That's my responsibility - my responsibility - and I'll meet it". The former United States vice-president posted a video on Twitter saying he will in future respect personal space.
What makes fake news and rumors on WhatsApp so hard to stop is the fact that there is no way to track perpetrators of such acts.