Two new changes are coming to WhatsApp.
Meta, which owns WhatsApp, is giving users yet another update that lets them share their screens during a video call. This was reported by WaBetaInfo on Saturday.
According to a website that keeps track of WhatsApp updates, the instant messaging app will soon have a way to share your screen and the tabs in the bottom menu bar will be moved.
Some beta testers can use the new tool right now, but more people will be able to use it over the next few days.
In the past, WhatsApp changed speech and video calls by making them better. For the Android version of the app, it also changed the colors of the missed calls.
When you click the new icon in the call control view, the other person will be able to see your screen. Your screen will be saved and shown to other people.
This feature might not work on older versions of Android. Also, this won’t work in big group calls or for people using old versions of the app.
Users will have full control because they will be able to stop sharing the screen whenever they want to. Also, this tool won’t work unless you tell it to.
Also, users might notice small changes in the bottom menu bar, where tabs might be moved around in a certain way. “Specifically, some users may now see Chats, Calls, Communities, and Status as the tabs in the bottom navigation bar,” said WhatsApp watcher.