According to Wabetainfo, WhatsApp is working on a feature to convert images into stickers. In the screenshot shared by the WhatsApp feature tracker, an option to make a photo into a sticker can be seen in the dialog box.
WhatsApp is working on many new features. According to the latest reports, WhatsApp is now working on a feature that will allow users to convert pictures into stickers. The feature was spotted in the beta version of the app. WhatsApp is reportedly developing the feature for both iOS and Android users. Apart from this, WhatsApp is also offering the possibility for non-beta testers to use the multi-device feature.
According to Wabetainfo, WhatsApp is working on a feature to convert images into stickers. WhatsApp Feature Tracker said in a report, “When this feature is available, there will be a new sticker icon next to the caption bar. When you select it, the photo will be sent as a sticker.” In the screenshot shared by the WhatsApp feature tracker, an option to make a photo into a sticker can be seen in the dialog box. When you add a photo, tap on the sticker option and the photo will automatically turn into a sticker.
Convert images to stickers without third party apps
Wabetainfo says that WhatsApp has not used any third party app to convert the images into stickers. At present, this feature has not been revealed in the beta version, which means that it is currently being tested. WhatsApp has not made any official announcement about it, so we cannot say whether it will be launched or not. This feature is currently under development and will only be available in future updates.
WhatsApp will bring multi-device feature for all users
Apart from this, WhatsApp is also planning to give access to the multi-device feature. Some WhatsApp users have received pop-ups regarding multi-device support. Once rolled out, the multi-device feature will give users access to the messaging app on their phones as well as on four more devices.
WhatsApp had said that the messaging app would now consider rolling out the multi-device feature, the stable variant of WhatsApp for Android and iOS, for non-beta users. The multi-device feature is currently in beta program, so users may face some issues. “Today, WhatsApp is working on forcing people to update to the multi-device version for future updates,” the report said.
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