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WhatsApp to Include a Quick Media Editing Feature Soon


WhatsApp is one of the social platforms that keeps updating its beta group with new features at a faster rate. Unlike other companies, Facebook is pushing more features in its group of social media platforms now and then. After news about Instagram’s new AI-powered tools aimed to fight cyberbullying on the platform, there are some new shareables about WhatsApp too.

Recently in WhatsApps’ beta watchdog “WABetaInfo” has been revealed that the company has been working on a Quick Media Editing button that will be available in the future.

The feature aims at saving your time and also storage. For those who often bump into the need of editing a photo before forwarding it to another person, this is practical for you. However, that does not mean you’ll be able to skyrocket your Photoshop skills with it. The editing involves simple practices like adding an emoji, text or a handy-curated drawing. The feature will make media editing hassle-free, and as a plus, it will also save on your phone’s storage.

WhatsApp’s Quick Media Edit feature is different from Telegram’s implementation of a similar functionality since it does not replace the media received. Like many other beta features, it is not clear when the feature will be rolled out, but it is currently under testing for both Android and iOS.

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Alvin Wanjala has been writing about technology for over 2 years(and counting). He writes about different topics in the consumer tech space. He loves streaming music, programming, and gaming during downtimes.
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