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Screen Sharing Feature For Video Calls On WhatsApp To Be Released: This is how it will operate

According to reports, the screen-sharing feature and a new location for tabs within the bottom navigation bar are being made available to some beta testers who install the most recent WhatsApp beta for Android update from the Google Play Store. WhatsApp is an instant messaging app owned by Meta.

WhatsApp is always trying to make voice and video calls on the Android app better. WhatsApp is currently rolling out a new feature that enables users to simply share their screen during a video conversation after making adjustments to the color for missed calls in the WhatsApp beta for Android update, according to WABetaInfo.

Users will be requested to share their displays by pressing on the appropriate icon inside the call control window, claims information provided by WABetaInfo.

With the help of this capability, the receiver may capture and share anything that is seen on the screen.

It's crucial to remember that previous Android versions could not have this screen-sharing feature. Furthermore, it could not work during lengthy group calls. Furthermore, the material sent on the screen could not be visible to the receiver if they are still using an old version of WhatsApp.

According to the article, consumers would have complete control over this function. During the video call, your screen content will be sent continuously, but you may pause it at any moment. Additionally, you may only use this function if you agree to share the information on your screen.

A few small modifications to the new bottom navigation bar may be apparent for certain users after downloading the WhatsApp beta for Android update.

The bottom navigation bar's tabs, in particular, have been organized in a certain arrangement. Particularly, certain users may now see the following sequence for the tabs in the bottom navigation bar: Calls, Communities, Status, and Chats.

After downloading the most recent version of WhatsApp beta for Android from the Google Play Store, some beta testers can now share the contents of their screen, and more users will be able to do so over the next few weeks. Tabs will also now be located in the bottom navigation bar.

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