WhatsApp’s latest replace takes a web page out of work-centric video name platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Groups. The messaging app is within the strategy of rolling out a screen sharing characteristic that may file and show the contents of your display screen with whoever is on the opposite finish of the video name, WABetaInfo reports.
An icon of a telephone with an arrow declaring of it represents the characteristic and sits alongside longstanding instruments like switching cameras, muting and disabling video that seem on the backside of WhatsApp calls. When you click on the brand new button, a immediate seems asking if you wish to “Begin recording or casting with WhatsApp?” alongside a disclaimer that the corporate could have entry to any passwords, images or cost particulars you show. In case you’re okay with that, all that is left is to click on “Begin now.” You may then cease sharing your display screen at any time through the name.
Display sharing is just accessible to pick out Android beta testers proper now however ought to roll out to extra customers within the coming weeks. Nonetheless, it may not work on older Android fashions, larger group calls or with individuals who haven’t got WhatsApp’s newest model downloaded. You probably have an iPhone or iPad and do not feel tied to WhatsApp, Apple baked an analogous screen sharing feature into FaceTime calls in January.