Users of WhatsApp Desktop Beta will soon be able to blur photos. Before sending images, users can modify them and apply stickers using these tools and it will enable users to blur out any unnecessary or delicate information in images prior to actually sharing them. However, the Blur photo feature is currently available to Desktop Beta version users. For those who are unaware, this feature was exclusively available for the mobile app.
A blur tool for photographs is reportedly being made available to some WhatsApp Desktop beta testers, according to a report by WAbetaInfo. You may easily and effectively remove private information from your photographs with the help of the blur tool.
You can use a blur tool on your photographs, as shown in this screenshot. WhatsApp created two blur tools as part of the feature’s development so you may modify your photographs using a different blur effect. Additionally, you may pick the blur size so that the effect can be applied precisely.
Try sending an image to see if the blur button appears to see if the functionality is already enabled for your account. If it does, you can start utilising the new drawing tool. If you still don’t have the blur tool despite it having been made available to certain beta testers, you’ll need to wait for a subsequent update because it will be made available to additional users over the next few weeks.
WhatsApp plans to include a label stating if the message has been edited within the chat bubble in a future update of the app. Recent developments, according to WABetaInfo, suggest that the content will be accompanied by a label that reads “edited.” Users have 15 minutes to edit a message after it has been sent. Expect the feature to take some time to make an appearance in WhatsApp’s stable version as it is currently under testing. The “edit message” option simply provides a little time window for the sender to change the wording.
“The feature is still under development, but due to the most recent WhatsApp beta for Android 126.96.36.199 update, we discovered that there is finally news about how messages are marked as edited within a chat,” WABetaInfo stated.
It looks like the newly added edited feature has taken the place of the “remove message” feature.
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