WhatsApp has added two big new features to its video calling capabilities, including screen sharing to try counterattack Zoom.
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If you want to video chat regularly and share photos and live web pages with friends and family, you’ll soon be able to do so on Android, iOS, and Windows using WhatsApp.
Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the new feature on Facebook with the caption, “Adding the ability to share your screen on WhatsApp during a video call.” WhatsApp’s new screen sharing feature is clearly designed to divide users from features like Zoom, but it’s not just designed for business presentations.
This because you can share your screen and apps, Meta assumes you will be using it for sharing photo galleries, planning vacations, and more.
This feature is being rolled out gradually, so you may not see it in the app right away. However, once it’s available, you can start a video call and share your screen by tapping the share icon at the bottom of the app screen.
The feature has been available to WhatsApp beta testers since May, but will now be fully rolled out following the announcement.
In what is believed to be Zoom’s tactical plan, the company recently called on all employees to come to the office immediately and physically begin work from headquarters.
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