WhatsApp reveals 3 hidden features that iPhone and Android users overlook

WhatsApp reveals 3 hidden features that iPhone and Android users overlook

New features include seeing previews of links within chats and the ability to edit photos across both the phone and WhatsApp Web

WhatsApp has released a guide for 3 new features that are now available on both Android and iPhone, which users may not have noticed.

Features include viewing previews of links within chats, and the ability to edit photos across both your phone and PC.

If you are a WhatsApp user, here are the best features that you might not have known existed.

Web Media Editor
Some users need to switch between the WhatsApp application on their phones and WhatsApp Web on their computers. But if they want to edit a previously sent photo, they can't do it on WhatsApp Web, and they'll have to go back to their phone.

WhatsApp says it has now changed this, and added the media editor to the web.

So, you can now edit photos on your PC, just as you would in an app on your phone.

Description of links
Links can be a starter for conversations; Some people like to talk to their friends about what they read, watch, and listen to online.

In an effort to enhance this experience, WhatsApp has now improved how it sees the description of links so you can now see the full description when you send them, and people who receive the link have more context about what you've sent, and what they're about to do.

Poster Suggestions
Who doesn't like adding a sticker to other chats? However, to use a sticker during a WhatsApp conversation, you usually have to go through multiple tabs to find the right sticker you want to use.

This can disrupt the flow of conversations and sometimes you can't find the poster you were looking for right away. WhatsApp is now making it faster and easier to find the right sticker.

Now, with contextual stickers, you'll be prompted for sticker suggestions as you type, allowing you to find the right sticker at the right time to accurately express yourself.

WhatsApp promises that it built this feature with privacy in mind, so the company can't see your searches, and your personal messages are always protected by end-to-end encryption.
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