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WhatsApp will add the ability for users of Telegram, Discord and other messengers to write to WhatsApp

WhatsApp will add the ability for users of Telegram, Discord and other messengers to write to WhatsApp. The app will have a new section where you can add chats from other messengers. The release date is still unknown.

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