WhatsApp now supports screen sharing in video calls

WhatsApp has added a new feature that allows users to share their screen during video calls

The feature can be used to share documents, photos, web pages, or any app on your phone or computer with your contacts

To use the feature, you need to tap the ‘Share’ icon at the bottom of the video call screen and choose whether to share your entire screen or a specific app

You can also switch between apps while sharing your screen, and the other person will see what you are seeing on your device

The feature is available for Android, iOS, and Windows devices, and works with both individual and group video calls

WhatsApp says the feature is designed to offer a “wider and more immersive viewing and sharing experience” for its users

The feature is similar to what other video conferencing services like Zoom, Google Meet, or Microsoft Teams offer, but with the convenience of WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption and cross-platform compatibility

The feature is part of a wave of new WhatsApp features this year, which include video notes, polls, companion mode, chat lock, and message editing

The feature was first tested in beta versions of WhatsApp’s app for a couple of months before being officially released

The feature was announced by Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Facebook, ahead of the Meta Connect event in September, where the Meta Quest 3 is expected to be unveiled

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