Do you find it challenging to send photos on WhatsApp while maintaining their good quality? No? Your issue is about to be resolved. The next feature will make it such that WhatsApp’s image compression, which results in low-quality photos, is a thing of the past. The instant messaging service is developing a new feature that will enable you to transfer photographs in their original quality while maintaining their resolution, according to WabetaInfo, which tracks WhatsApp updates. Undoubtedly, this anticipated addition will be viewed as a big enhancement that will improve WhatsApp users’ ability to transmit images.
A new feature that will provide users the opportunity to control photo quality is currently being developed, according to a previous WabetaInfo report. The source continued, “But we have news regarding the development on WhatsApp Desktop beta. The functionality is still in development on WhatsApp beta for Android.”
WabetaInfo shared a screenshot and noted that WhatsApp was in the process of adding a comparable functionality to its desktop client. Users will be able to transfer photographs using this function while maintaining their original clarity and resolution, eliminating image compression that occurs at the moment.
According to the article, despite the addition of this new function, WhatsApp users would still have complete discretion over transmitting photographs. This implies that even once the Photo Quality feature is released, you will still be able to send images using the default compression technique. This function, which is now the default selection, can be useful for people who want to conserve storage space.
Upcoming features on WhatsApp
Not only that, but WhatsApp is also introducing a new camera mode that allows you to quickly convert from photo to video mode. This will enable hands-free video recording and eliminate the need to tap and hold to capture videos.
Voice note, emoji reaction, and other new features have already been added to the instant messaging program’s WhatsApp status. Update your WhatsApp right now if you haven’t already acquired these features.