Enables large media previews in WhatsApp update chats: Details


WhatsApp now shows great media previews in chats. A new update improves the display of sent media, allowing you to view larger image and video previews. This feature started rolling out to iOS users last month and now all users get it regardless of the site they are on. It seems that this will give a better view of all the content shared in the chats, without leaving out the important details due to cultivation. Large media previews allow you to scroll through chats without opening shared pictures or videos.

The instant messaging application took over Twitter Announce the release of great media previews on WhatsApp. The tweet said, “Photos and videos on WhatsApp are even bigger now, so no one will leave the picture! That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. ” Attached is a video tweet showing that the sent media now has a larger preview than before. The photo preview looks much bigger than the small, square-shaped preview that appeared in the previous version of the app. The tweet did not provide details on the sites where this feature was released, indicating that it was enabled on all sites where WhatsApp is available.

WhatsApp for iOS users started getting this feature with version 2.21.71. It also comes out to other operating systems, and Android users can try to update the app to the latest version and send any media to see the changes.

Recently, the WhatsApp-powered Mykov Corona Help Desk Chatbot for Indian users added a new functionality, making it easier for people to search for vaccination centers in their area. Launched last year to help eradicate fake news and spread awareness about Govt-19, the chatbot has managed to cross 1.7 crore users in the 10 days since its launch.

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