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Whatsapp Working on Documents Captions You Share

WhatsApp is working on a feature that will allow you to comment on a document before sharing it with one of your contacts. WhatsApp, the most popular instant messaging application today, has not stopped improving its platform, recently, with new functionalities related to sending and uploading documents through the app such as the possibility of sending files of up to 2 GB or a new interface that shows you both the percentage and the remaining time for uploading a document.

In this sense, we have just learned, thanks to the specialized media WABetaInfo that WhatsApp is developing a function that will make it easier for you to locate the documents you have shared.WhatsApp is working on a function with which you will be able to more easily identify any document that you send through the messaging client.

WhatsApp will let you put captions on the documents you send

WhatsApp is working on functionality that will allow you to add a comment to a document before sharing it with one of your contacts exactly the same as you can do with photographs. As you can see in the screenshot that we leave below these lines, when this new function is available, when sharing a document through WhatsApp you will be able to add a comment to locate it more easily later. As you can see, the new interface that appears when sharing a document is the same as the one up to now with the exception that it has included a text field at the bottom in which you can write a comment that will appear at the bottom of the document.

This functionality is currently in development in the beta version of the WhatsApp desktop app but the messaging platform plans to introduce it too in Android and iOS Beta versions in a future update. WhatsApp will give you more time to repent of the inappropriate messages if you want to try both this feature and new ones that they arrive in the instant messaging client before the rest, we recommend that you sign up for the WhatsApp for Android Beta program as soon as possible.

Ron Harold

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