Overall, The Windows version of WeChat is a fairly anti-human presence, but as it’s updated, new features are being added. Today, Windows WeChat is upgraded to version 2.8.0, and the update is quite powerful and noteworthy. First and foremost, the new version changed the viewing experience of the subscription number. In the past, after entering a subscription number to view content, if you want to see another subscription number, you must return to the main WeChat page and re-enter, which is quite cumbersome.
The new version adds a secondary presentation page under the subscription number, inreverse order of all subscription numbers in update time, clicking on a subscription number, showing its list of messages on the right page, and the list of subscription numbers remains, so you can switch to see different subscription numbers at any time.
In addition, the new version adds a look at the picks, presented with a separate button on the left side of the main page, prominently positioned, and rendered the title and content in a similar subscription number when the point opens.
The new version also supports the use of WeChat payment in small programs and supports the IPv6 network.
Windows WeChat 2.8.0 has not yet released an official download address, and users who have installed older versions can check for updates directly in settings.