WhatsApp, owned by Meta, has announced that users can now share status updates via the web version of the program.
This functionality enables users to send text, images, and videos straight from the web client to Status, according to WaBetaInfo.
WhatsApp Introduced Status Sharing Feature For Web Users
Nonetheless, some beta testers who previously participated in the web client’s formal beta program can now access it.
In the upcoming weeks, additional users will be able to access the service.
Users could previously share status updates from partner devices with each other on WhatsApp.
The instant messaging software is currently, however, removing the earlier restriction from companion devices that prevented users from sharing status updates from backup phones.
Nevertheless, the Cupertino online users can now share status updates from the online client thanks to this latest upgrade.
“The new update displays the option to share photos, videos, and text, allowing users to post updates directly from the web client.
Consistent with Cupertino’s commitment to privacy, status updates shared from WhatsApp Web benefit from end-to-end encryption, ensuring that only the intended recipients have access to the content, reinforcing the platform’s dedication to secure and private communication,” said the WhatsApp news watcher.
This feature caters to customers who use computers more than phones by offering a unified and flexible messaging experience across many platforms.
Without using their phones, users may now quickly update their status.
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