Meta-owned WhatsApp has introduces its new feature of picture editing tool for the Desktop version of the app, WABetainfo reported.
According to the report, the recently released feature is a “crop tool” for the drawing editor which allows the users to clip the images as per requirement.
“This addition has been highly anticipated, as previous versions lacked this functionality. With this update, WhatsApp beta users on Windows can now enjoy the convenience of cropping their images within the app itself, making it easier for users to edit media,” it stated.
The new built-in crop tool feature lets users easily crop their images without leaving the WhatsApp interface.
The new feature has initially been released to some beta testers and will be rolled out to more users soon, said report.
Earlier WhatsApp introduced its new feature for its users of “Screen Sharing”.
This exciting news is only for WhatsApp beta users on Android. Screen sharing is a feature that lets you show what’s on your screens to others in real time.
It allows you to display documents, photos, videos, or anything else on your device to someone else remotely. It’s very handy for virtual meetings, getting help, or sharing information with others.