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WhatsApp web updated brings GIFs and more

The web client of WhatsApp is really comes handy especially to those who does multiple task at same time, the WhatsApp web really helpful when we do any work on computer and on the same time we can chat and can be keep in touch with our near and dear ones. WhatsApp continuously adding new features to the mobile application but many of them was not available on the WhatsApp web, but now WhatsApp web has been updated with many features.

 

 

 

WhatsApp web allows us to forward messages to different recipients, but we have to select every recipient separately. But now the story is changed, as the company now allows multi selection of recipients similarly in the mobile version of the WhatsApp. We can select a message and click forward icon and then we can select all the recipient and can send it in on one go, it’s a really great addition and I personally wanted the feature on the web client.

 

 

Recently, mobile version WhatsApp updated in beta version and it gives the Unicode 9 emojis, and the same emojis is now available on the WhatsApp web. So we can use the latest and cool emojis on both web and mobile version.

 

 

The mobile version of WhatsApp provides us GIF Media Library to send GIFs to our near and dear ones, and now the company provides the feature on the web client. You can access to the GIF library by clicking the emoji button and you can see a new tab at the emojis menu (look at the image below), and from there you can select your desired GIF media and send it to your dear one.

 

 

With the additions the chatting experience on the web client on WhatsApp will be easier, and if you found more features then share with us in the comment box below.

 

Also check out our article on WhatsApp rolls out two-step verification for all the users. And many other interesting news and tips & tricks on our website.

 

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