WhatsApp to Allow Users Forward Stickers Quickly

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Sienna Rowley
Sienna Rowley
Sienna is an editor at Cloud Host News. She is an internet enthusiast, always eager to explore the latest trend in the tech space. She is a modest family woman who loves traveling in her free time.

This year has been quite interesting for WhatsApp users as they observed a plethora of features being released in the last few months itself.

Last week too, the Meta-owned messaging app said that it has plans to release a sticker creation feature in the future update. This feature is currently available on the web version of the messaging app, with the signs of rolling out to the mobile version soon.

Now According to a report by ‘WABetaInfo’, WhatsApp is said to be working on a new shortcut that will allow its user to quickly forward stickers. To test this feature, users can update their WhatsApp Beta app to the version.

To allow easy sharing of Stickers within WhatsApp, the forward shortcut button will be placed beside the sticker sent in a particular chat or group chat.

The WhatsApp users will then have to click the shortcut button and pick the contact they wish to share with the sticker.

The news sticker forward feature in WhatsApp will remove the requirement to tap and hold a particular sticker and then click on the forward button to share it with the preferred contacts. In short, this feature once released, will be similar to the forwarding images shortcut which users use to forward the image/s to chat or group.

On a similar note, with the sticker creation feature, users can create their sticker with the help of pictures. Besides adding pictures to the stickers, users will also have the ability to add smileys, add text to the stickers, and more.

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