WhatsApp has been improving its game in order to compete with rival apps. It just added the option to edit messages after they’ve been delivered, and users may now share their screens during calls, similar to Google Meet and other apps like Zoom.
The screen-sharing capability was initially observed by WABetaInfo and other beta testers in the most recent update, version 188.8.131.52. Users can now share their screen with conversation partners thanks to a new option in the call menu. Before enabling the function, WhatsApp alerts users that the app will have access to the content displayed on the screen.
After accepting the restrictions and starting screen sharing, users can share anything on the screen. It is crucial to note that this feature may not operate with previous versions of the app and that there may be limitations on how many people can view the screen sharing.
The bottom navigation bar has also been somewhat modified, causing several tabs to change places. Even if no tabs have been deleted, folks who are accustomed to a specific UI layout that has abruptly changed may find it puzzling.
Keep in mind that these changes are still in WhatsApp‘s beta version and will not be implemented in the app’s stable version for some time. But, at the very least, we know that the feature is being built and will be available shortly.