WhatsApp appears to be undergoing a User Interface (UI) design change, which may lead some users to struggle in recognizing the app after the changes are implemented. While younger users may not face any issues, those who are not tech-savvy might take some time to adjust to the redesigned UI. The latest beta version of WhatsApp reveals these potential changes, such as the removal of the green color and alterations to various elements within the app.

According to a screenshot shared by WaBetaInfo, WhatsApp will be modifying the UI of the app. The navigation bars, including Status, Chats, and other tabs, will be relocated to the bottom of the interface. Furthermore, WhatsApp has dedicated a new space for the Communities tab. The upper part of the app will no longer feature the green color, as depicted in the screenshot.

While the green color will still be present, it will adopt a more minimalist approach. The WhatsApp logo will turn green, and the message button in the lower right corner will also adopt the same shade. Additionally, new filter options will be available at the top of the chats, including All, Unread, Personal, and Business. These filters are expected to facilitate quick message searches. The specific functions of these filters are unknown, but WhatsApp may allow users to categorize chats as Personal or Business.

Upon selecting a particular filter, it will turn green, as shown in the screenshot. Furthermore, WhatsApp seems to be introducing a profile icon at the top of the app, while retaining the search bar and camera icons. The app will have an entirely white color scheme, with no visible lines separating chats, similar to the current version.

The redesigned UI has been observed in the WhatsApp beta for Android 2.23.13.16 update. The updated UI features elements of Material Design 3, and the revamped design is still in development. This implies that WhatsApp may introduce further changes to the app in the future to enhance its modern appearance and meet user requirements. Once the beta update is deemed satisfactory, the new UI design will likely be rolled out to all WhatsApp users. Stay updated with India Today tech for the latest developments.

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