WhatsApp updates its web interface with new features; Read details
WhatsApp made the news via a tweet from its official Twitter account. The firm stated that it is making adjustments to WhatsApp online to improve the way you communicate.
WhatsApp, owned by Facebook (now Meta), has updated its web interface with new capabilities. The ability to edit photographs on WhatsApp online, preview links, and a new sticker suggestion are new features. WhatsApp made the news via a tweet from its official Twitter account. The firm stated that it is making adjustments to WhatsApp online to improve the way you communicate. According to WhatsApp, users will add stickers and text and crop and rotate their photographs from any WhatsApp screen, large or small.
Users will modify their images while transmitting them across from their personal computer using the photo editor. The firm has also included sticker suggestions to the app, allowing users to locate the ideal sticker as they write, similar to the emoji suggestions that the company currently has in place. Aside from that, link previews will be included to WhatsApp online. According to the firm, the link previews assist customers to understand what they are going into. "Share news, videos, or that humorous Tweet with a sneak look," WhatsApp added.
"Over the last several months, we've made a few changes to WhatsApp to respond to some of your feature requests and continue to provide you with the greatest experience," WhatsApp stated. WhatsApp suddenly ceased to function on outdated cellphones running Android 4.0.3 or iOS 9 and older. The business released a list of devices that would no longer support the Facebook-owned (now Meta) instant chat software.
According to WhatsApp's compliance report, more than 2.2 million Indian accounts were blocked, and the messaging network got 560 grievance reports in September. According to the most current estimate, 2,209,000 Indian accounts on the app were banned in September, according to a report published on Monday. According to a business official, WhatsApp is the industry leader in the prevention of misuse among end-to-end encrypted messaging services.