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WhatsApp Update Enables Larger Media Previews in Chats: Details


WhatsApp now shows large media previews in chats. The new update improves the performance of sent media so you can see larger image and video previews. The feature began rolling out for iOS users last month and now it looks like all users, regardless of the platform they are on, will get it. It seems to give a better view of all the material divided into chutneys, so that important details are not left out due to the crop. Large media previews allow you to scroll through chats without opening shared images or videos.

Took the instant messaging application Twitter To announce the rollout of large media previews on WhatsApp. The tweet reads, “Photos and videos in WhatsApp have gotten bigger now, so no one will escape the picture! That’s the decent thing to do, and it should end there. ” Attached is a video attached to the tweet which shows that the sent media now has more previews than before. Until the last update the photo preview is smaller than the small square preview. The tweet did not provide details about the platform, which is being rolled out for convenience, and indicated that it has been enabled on all platforms that are available on WhatsApp.

WhatsApp for iOS users started getting this feature with version 2.21.71. It should also rotate to other platforms, and Android users can update the app to the latest version and try sending any media to see the changes.

Recently, MyGov Coro’s helpdesk chatbot for Indian users has added a new functionality to make it easier for people to find vaccination centers in their area. The chatbot was launched last year to help eradicate fake news and spread awareness about COVID-19, and has reached 1.7 million users in just 10 days of launch.

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Tasneem Akolawala is a senior reporter for Gadgets 360. His reporting skills include smartphones, wearables, apps, social media and the overall tech industry. He reports from outside Mumbai, and writes about the ups and downs of the Indian telecom sector. Tasneem can be reached at @muturio on Tasneema, and leads, tips and releases can be sent to [email protected] More

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