testers beta version of whatsapp for android should start enjoying a new tool in their favorite messenger: screen sharing. It will give them the ability to record or broadcast what appears on their smartphone’s screen. This feature, which we remember will be available in an even safer version in Android 14, will be useful for content creators, tutorials and other video guides, as well as professional or emerging computer troubleshooters.
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As the site specializing in everything related to Meta’s flagship messaging app has pointed out, the usability of this new tool includes some changes to the mobile app’s interface. Really after installation WhatsApp beta version 18.104.22.168 on Android, testers will notice that the appearance of the bottom navigation bar has changed. Tabs will be arranged in the following order: Chats, Calls, Communities, and Status.
WhatsApp allows you to share the contents of your smartphone screen
To broadcast or record the content of your screen, all you have to do is tap the appropriate icon, arrow pointing away from smartphone. WABeta Information “When you decide to share your screen, everything displayed there is saved and shared with the recipient You will be able to stop streaming or sharing at any time and this feature is only available if you have given WhatsApp permission to share your content.
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Screen sharing is a resource intensive feature. As such, it won’t be available on the latest Android smartphones and may present bugs when you want to use it during video sessions with a lot of participants. Likewise, they will all need to use the most up-to-date version of the app to take full advantage of screen sharing.