WhatsApp is one of the most popular messaging apps in the world and for good reason. It's easy to use, reliable, and secure. But even the best apps can always be improved, and WhatsApp is no exception.
In recent months, the company has been pushing a number of new features to make the platform even more user-friendly and feature-rich. For instance, WhatsApp has recently introduced a Chat Lock feature that enables users to protect their sensitive conversations with either fingerprint or facial recognition. The company also recently added the ability to edit messages, which is a huge time-saver.
Additionally, WhatsApp is also reportedly working on a number of new features. We recently reported that a company might add usernames to its platforms. Now, reports by WABetaInfo suggest that the company also brings screen-sharing features to its platform.
Screen Sharing on WhatsApp
The feature was spotted by some beta testers in WhatsApp version 22.214.171.124. There's a new option in the call menu that now includes an option for sharing your screen with others in the chat. WhatsApp does ask for permission to access your screen. Once you have granted permission, WhatsApp will start sharing your screen.
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However, the source states this feature may not be compatible with older versions of the app. You might also have limitations on the number of recipients for screen sharing.
In addition to the screen-sharing feature, the latest beta update also includes a few minor UI changes. The bottom navigation bar has been slightly rearranged. Although there's not much change in the interface from the current version of WhatsApp.
Just a reminder, the latest beta release of the app includes new features and UI changes. These changes are not yet available to all participants, but you can sign up to try them out. To do this, simply download the app from the google Play Store and sign up for the beta program.