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Users will be able to produce stickers on personal photos using an amazing feature that has recently been released on WhatsApp. Know here how to use it well?

Users will be able to produce stickers on personal photos using an amazing feature that has recently been released on WhatsApp. Know here how to use it well?

WhatsApp's web customers now have access to a new tool that allows them to design unique stickers. In the chat box's clip option, users will see the sticker choice. Users will find this tool quite useful, according to the business.

New Delhi, IANS: There might be some excellent news for users of WhatsApp Instant. This firm has released a unique tool that can turn any photo into a sticker. Such functionality is only accessible on the online version for now. Maybe, the mobile version will have this functionality soon. Then let us remind you that the corporation previously launched a mute video tool for consumers. By this, video's audio can also be muted using this method.

What's the best way to use the new feature?

- Go to the user's chatbox and send the personalized sticker.

- After that, choose the clip icon.

- Now you'll see a sticker choice, which you should select.

- After this, modify your photo to your preference.

- Your picture sticker is now prepared to share.

Coming soon, a fantastic functionality:

WhatsApp will be releasing a new version for all of its users very shortly. Users would be able to conceal their status from certain persons after this update is installed. My Contacts Expect will be available in the settings for this purpose. No formal word on when this functionality will be available has been received as of yet. Such an option, however, is expected to be offered to the app quickly.

This unique feature was introduced in March:

Now let us remind you that WhatsApp launched a tool called Mute Video for its customers in March of this year. Users can utilize this function to silence your video's sound before transmitting it. There would be no sounds inside the video when it is sent to other users.

Credit - Komal Sharma