WhatsApp plans to introduce a new Whatsapp screen sharing feature for its users. It has been reported that users can now share their screens the same as in Microsoft Teams and Zoom meetings. This feature is now in the beta stage and is available the beta users who have installed the new update of WhatsApp 18.104.22.168 from the Google Play Store. This update also brings new placements for the tabs and allows users to share their screens during WhatsApp video calls.
WhatsApp Screen Sharing Feature
WABetaInfo has reported that WhatsApp is improving and enhancing the features of its voice and video calls for users. Whatsapp has also changed the color for missed calls in WhatsApp beta version 22.214.171.124. Now, they are rolling out the Whatsapp Screen Sharing feature, allowing users to share their screen by tapping a designated icon during their WhatsApp Video Call. This new feature by WhatsApp will enable receipts to record and see the sender’s screen.
However, this new feature by WhatsApp will not work on older Android versions and will not support larger group calls. Also, if the receipt is using an older version, he will not be able to see the content shared by the sender. Per the reports, the sender will have complete control over the data he shares, like when to stop sharing with others during their Whatsapp Video call.