As they did with iOS 12.1 earlier, Apple has released a second beta of MacOS Mojave 10.14.1 too testers. The update, which is available through the Settings>Software Update settings option, brings bug fixes and other performance improvements to the platform. Apple, per their normal mode of operation during beta testing, did not explicitly call out any fixed bugs or performance gains in the update.
In order to get the beta, you have to have your Mac registered in the Apple Beta Program. You can find out more information and details at this site.
While we still don’t know when MacOS Mojave 10.14.1 will be released, we do know that it should contain the much anticipated Group FaceTime feature (as will iOS 12.1) which allows for FaceTime calls with up to 32 people at the same time. As most readers know, the feature was pulled about midway through the beta cycles of iOS 12 and MacOS 10.14 due to performance issues but Apple indicated they would get it out this year.
Finally, there is no indication that the over 70 new Emoji that came in the iOS 12.1 beta are in this new Mojave update – at least not yet. They will eventually make there way to the platform but Apple seems to be waiting for the next beta release in a few weeks to add it to MacOS.