The firm has a new WhatsApp feature with the ability to screen-share during video calls, according to Meta founder Mark Zuckerberg.
Zuckerberg made the news on his Facebook page on Tuesday, according to AT3 Resources, a consulting firm in charge of Meta in Nigeria.
It claimed that the most recent upgrade allowed users to instantly share their screens with others while conversing.
Users can opt to share their full screen or a specific program by pressing the ‘Share’ icon, according to Meta.
According to the article, this feature opened up a wide range of opportunities, including working together on work projects, viewing photos with family, organizing trips, buying online with pals, or helping grandparents with technology.
According to the article, screen sharing gives phone calls a dynamic dimension by allowing users to share a live view of the content on their screens while speaking.
“This capability is especially helpful in both personal and work-related situations.
Additionally, WhatsApp users can now make video calls while their handsets are in landscape mode.
The company said that the improvement provided a “wider and more immersive viewing and sharing experience during video calls.”
According to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), the site first made video calling available to its customers in November 2016.
The platform has changed since then.
Additionally, WhatsApp is introducing message editing functionality for iOS devices’ media with captions.
This feature gives users more control over their communication by enabling them to edit messages that contain media.