Video calls on WhatsApp now support screen sharing

Also, customers can now make WhatsApp video calls in Landscape mode for a ‘wider and extra immersive viewing,’ mentioned Meta Platforms.

In its cutting-edge characteristic for WhatsApp, Meta Platforms on Tuesday introduced that customers of the immediate messaging provider can now share their displays all through video calls on the platform.

Meta CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to Facebook to introduce the screen-sharing characteristic for WhatsApp.

“We’re including the potential to share your display screen throughout a video name on WhatsApp,” Zuckerberg wrote in his post.

Separately, in a press release, Meta defined how humans can share their displays whilst on a WhatsApp video call.

“You can provoke screen-sharing via clicking on the ‘Share’ icon and deciding on between sharing a precise software or sharing the whole screen”.

“Whether sharing files for work, searching pictures with family, planning a vacation, buying on line with friends, or simply assisting mother and father with tech help – sharing the display lets you share a stay view of your display in the course of the call.”

The screen-sharing characteristic has started out to roll out on Android, iOS, and Desktop in a ‘phased’ manner. Therefore, customers might also no longer see the facility immediately, however they will soon.

In the equal press statement, meanwhile, Meta additionally introduced a Landscape mode for WhatsApp video conversations.

“You can now additionally experience video calls in Landscape mode for a wider and greater immersive viewing and sharing trip on your phone,” it said.