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WhatsApp allows desktop users may soon be able to send images at their original quality.

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According to rumors, Meta’s social messaging app WhatsApp is working on a new feature just for PC users. Thanks to the new feature, WhatsApp desktop users will be able to send and receive pictures and videos in their original quality. The functionality is still being worked on, according to a WaBetaInfo report.

Users will be able to send photographs in their original quality, keeping their resolution and clarity, claims the report, which also provides a picture of the feature. Thanks to the new feature, WhatsApp users will be able to send files without worrying about the resolution or image quality.

When this option is made accessible to beta testers, users will still be able to share photos using the standard compression method, the post claims. It could be helpful for those who desire to reduce their storage needs. According to the report, it will always be the first option.

As was previously noted, the ability to share photos in their original quality is currently under development and will be made accessible in a later edition of the app.

With the help of several new features, users of WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, will be able to publish audio messages on their status updates. Once it has been shared, the ring will be discernible around profile photographs in the Chat list and other places. One such innovation enables users to quickly communicate their feelings to loved ones with only a swipe, owing to the company owned by Meta’s integration of new status reactions.

Select customers of the instant messaging service are also receiving a new camera option. The new camera mode will allow users to swiftly switch from picture mode to video mode. By doing away with the necessity to tap and hold, users would be able to record videos without having to use their hands. The capability is accessible to users who have the WhatsApp beta for iOS 23.2.0.70 version installed.

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