For users who have been hoping to see their avatars on the app, WhatsApp is back with its most recent update.
With the application’s most recent update, users now have a new method to express themselves by customising their virtual identity through the app’s settings.
According to WABetaInfo, after users have configured their avatars, they may begin sending them as stickers by entering the avatar tab on the chat keyboard. You can check out the latest version of WhatsApp beta on PlayStore.
“After creating an avatar, WhatsApp will immediately build a new sticker pack so you may share stickers with your loved ones. Additionally, you can select an avatar to use as your WhatsApp profile picture “According to WABetaInfo.
According to the website, users may check their WhatsApp Settings and look for a section named “Avatar” to see if the functionality is available for their account. They may simply build their avatar if it is visible.
How to use Avatar on WhatsApp? iPhone, Android and PC
On WhatsApp, you may build a sticker pack or an avatar to use as your profile image. Making an avatar in settings:
- Click on Settings.
- Select Avatar –> then click on Create your Avatar.
- Follow the steps which are shown.
- Click on Done. Now, you have successfully created your Avatar on WhatsApp.
After creating your avatar, you may hit Create Profile Photo to use it as your profile photo, or you can use it as stickers in conversations. You are in charge of how you use your avatar, and creating one is optional. You can also archive your WhatsApp conversation with the avatar.
Additionally, WhatsApp is developing new privacy capabilities that let users leave groups invisibly. Additionally, the online chat service will no longer permit screenshots for “View Once Messages.” Users can also decide who has access to view their online status. Zuckerberg announced the features’ release.
“WhatsApp is introducing new privacy features that will allow you to leave group conversations secretly, manage who can see when you’re online, and stop screenshots from being taken of messages when they are first opened. We’ll develop additional security measures to keep your messages as private and safe as face-to-face interactions.”