Stickers are one of the favorite means of communication for Internet users on messaging services. And of course WhatsApp, which is one of the most used applications in the world, has been providing it for a long time.
But now you also have the option to create your own stickers on the messaging service, instead of just the stickers in its library. According to an article published in The Verge, this new feature of WhatsApp has been released on the desktop version of the messaging service, and is expected to arrive on the PC app later.
How to access this creation tool?
When you open a discussion, all you have to do is click on the paperclip icon, then on “Poster”. Then you have to select an image (on your computer) to upload and once you are done it will appear on a small editor allowing you to create your own poster.
You will have access to some basic functions, such as the ability to make a screenshot, or add icons, text, etc. before sending. This should allow you to bring your conversations with your friends to life at the same time, it is possible that WhatsApp will introduce this feature to attract more people to use the desktop version of its messaging service.
No need to have a connected smartphone anymore to use WhatsApp on PC
While the web version of WhatsApp has been around for a long time, Meta has recently made a huge improvement to the experience. In fact, now, thanks to the new multiple devices of WhatsApp, you can use the messaging service on a computer even if your smartphone is not connected to the Internet.
Multiple devices and the ability to create collages from photos stored on your computer are part of a series of new features that the messaging service launched this year. While its competitors are getting more and more important, WhatsApp does not stop offering new features to its users.
Among these new features, there is also a function that allows you to transfer discussions from iPhone to Android, when changing devices. It is also possible to secure backups to Google Drive or iCloud using end-to-end encryption.
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