The Windows application which resembles the web version of WhatsApp has been released recently.
WhatsApp has rolled out the first beta update for the new Windows app with fixes and stability improvements, according to a new report. The Windows application which resembles the web version of WhatsApp has been released recently.
WhatsApp Windows app beta update: what’s new?
The Windows platform-based universal app can sync in the background and receive notifications even when it’s not running. According to WABetaInfo, the app introduced a feedback button on the left corner to search for user contributions in the previous version. But after the recent update, the current version displays a message to encourage users to give feedback.
“We would like to know your opinion on this app. Please provide feedback using the bottom left button,” the post read.
The major update was made after users complained of issues when scrolling through conversations or accessing settings. However, the problem was still not solved.
Other features that the Facebook-backed messaging platform has started rolling out for its web users is how to quickly create a sticker from an image on the platform without using third-party apps. The platform also offers editing tools like Emoji, Outline, sticker, Paint and Crop, Text. This allows users to edit images. Previous users used third-party apps to create images and stickers.
These features are used on the WhatsApp web and there are no details at this time if they will be provided on other platforms as well.