InternetDesk: WhatsApp allows us to edit photos that we send to others through the app. However, this feature is not available on the desktop or web version, so photos must be edited and shared separately. This was followed by the introduction of photo editing feature in desktop and web versions without any requirement. Earlier this feature was available only for Android and iOS app users. With this feature called ‘Drawing Tool’, users can crop, rotate, add emoji and text before sending the photo on WhatsApp desktop and web versions.
After uploading the photo we want to send to the chat page, the drawing will appear at the top of the tools page. In this we see options for emoji, stickers, text, drawing, crop, rotation. You can add them to the photo you are sending. This feature is already available for many users. WhatsApp says that in a few days it will be introduced to all users. Also, WhatsApp 220.127.116.11 has brought a new update for Android beta users. It includes 217 new emoji. WhatsApp claims that with its help, users can express their feelings in a better way. If you are a WhatsApp beta user then go to Google Play Store and get the latest updates. It is learned that WhatsApp has recently introduced a new feature called View Ones. Apart from these, new features like multiple device support, archive messages, cloud backup, local backup will soon be available to the users.
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