For those using the beta version of WhatsApp on Android, an intriguing new feature called “screen sharing” is being rolled out.
The’screen sharing’ function, which is being added, will make the user’s overall experience better while also making communication more efficient.
Users now have the ability to share their displays with other people through this brand-new feature, giving those people the ability to see documents, images, or any other information that is stored on the user’s device in real time directly from the user’s screen.
Users using the beta version of the app will need to touch on the attachment icon inside a conversation and then pick the “Screen Share” option in order to begin screen sharing. The receiver will be able to see what the sender is seeing on their screen once it has been engaged.
It is important to note that at the present time, this functionality is only accessible to those who are enrolled in the WhatsApp beta programme for Android.
WhatsApp, also released a new feature that gives users the ability to modify messages after they have already sent them.
To make modifications, you need just to press and hold the desired message for a few seconds and then choose the Edit option from the menu. Only the first 15 minutes after a message has been sent are accessible for altering the text.
When you change a message that has already been sent, it will be marked as “Edited” when it is seen by other people. This ensures transparency and prevents any activities from being conducted in secret. On the other hand, the edit history as a whole will not be seen.