WhatsApp for Android Gets a New Feature to Track Shared Images

WhatsApp keeps on launching new features on and off for users due to which it is gaining more and more user base with time. In a small span of time, WhatsApp has also surpassed Facebook which is only due to the great mind behind which is capturing more people towards the App. WhatsApp for Android has received a new beta version – v2.19.21 recently. The WhatsApp Latest Update has not brought significant changes. Moreover, it has come up with 21 new emoji designs for the Android Users.

Along with this, new WhatsApp update for Android has also got a media menu, which is a new feature to track shared images. Now when users will browse photos in the Media section, they will be able to see new options upon tapping the three-dot menu button. When user will tap the three-dot menu, it will pop up into more options i.e; ‘Show in Chat’, ‘Set as…’ and ‘Rotate’.

WhatsApp for Android is Getting New Features

Show in Chat option in WhatsApp lets you see a particular image or video that is shared in an individual or group chat. It means it will give the track to the chat. The ‘Set as’ option isn’t new, but instead of individual options for images to be ‘Set as profile photo’, ‘Set as group icon’, and ‘Use as wallpaper’, the menu has instead been simplified, and users can now tap the ‘Set as…’ overflow menu to see ‘My profile photo’, ‘Group icon,’ and ‘Wallpaper’ as the target locations.

In addition to all this, WhatsApp’s new Consecutive Voice Message feature is also expected to make its way to the Android users. This feature will automatically play the next message after you finish listening to the first one. The last but not the least change will be the capability that will allow the users to search for their favourite Stickers by just keying in the relevant word. This will make communicating with speakers quick and reliable. Let’s see when will this update with cool features make its way to the users.

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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