WhatsApp to launch New Feature soon, Check details here

WhatsApp is also set to bring a new Blur Image feature on the platform that will allow users to blur some parts of the photo before sending it.

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Published on 18 Jan 2022 8:45 AM GMT
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New Delhi: WhatsApp is working on a new development in its app. The company keeps on offering new features time to time. This time the company's new plan is not related to voice and video calls or voice notes. Instead, the app will soon allow users to edit images better before sending them. According to a report by WABetaInfo, the popular messaging platform is adding two new pencils to the in-built media editor. This would mean that WhatsApp may soon introduce three pencils.

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While users had a pencil to draw over images and screenshots before they were sent, so far only color customization was offered. Now, users will also be able to choose between three sizes. WhatsApp Tracker has also shared a screenshot showing how the new feature works.

Blur Image:

WhatsApp is also set to bring a new Blur Image feature on the platform that will allow users to blur some parts of the photo before sending it. This can be a very good addition to the platform, which users have been waiting for a long time. This is very useful for those people who mostly share screenshots.


However, a solution for this can also be cropped the sensitive part of the image to be sent, but this is not always effective. In such a situation, you cannot crop the part of a chat that is in the middle of the conversation. In such cases, WhatsApp users often have to resort to third parties for the specific part of the image. However, now users have a new feature for this.

Both the changes are not yet available on WhatsApp. As always, it is expected to first arrive in the WhatsApp beta version for iOS and Android before rolling out to the stable version.

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