Millions of people in Europe are currently in a WhatsApp group. The messaging app has introduced many features for these groups over time, such as the ability to silence a group forever. When you create a group in the app, you always want to invite people to join the group.
The normal thing is that we ask that person if they want to be part of the group or be added directly, but WhatsApp gives us more options. It is also possible send a link so that the people we want join the group using this link.
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Send a link to invite a group on WhatsApp
This option of submitting a link can be particularly useful when you want to add a large number of people to a group. By sending this link, people will join, so you won’t have to add each of these contacts on WhatsApp to this group. The application allows you to send a link only in groups you have created, that is, if you are the creator or administrator of a group, you can invite other people with a link. This is not possible in groups in which you are another participant.
The option to invite other people via a link has been present in the app for quite some time, so you shouldn’t have any issues using it. The steps for inviting people with a link are as follows:
- Open WhatsApp on your phone.
- Access this group’s conversation.
- Tap the group name.
- Click the Group Invitation Link option.
- A link will be created.
- Copy this link or share it with others in the app.
- Wait for them to join your group.
By having this link, you will only have to send it to the people you want to be in the group. WhatsApp allows you to share th is link in chats within the app itself, but it is also possible to send it by email
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