WhatsApp, the popular instant messaging platform, has unveiled a new picture editing tool for its Desktop version, according to WABetainfo. The recently released feature is a “crop tool” for the drawing editor, allowing users to clip images as per their requirements.
The addition of this feature has been highly anticipated, as previous versions of WhatsApp lacked this functionality. With the new update, WhatsApp beta users on Windows can now conveniently crop their images within the app itself, making media editing easier for users.
The “crop tool” not only enhances user convenience but also saves time. Previously, users had to rely on external image editing tools to crop pictures before sending them via the Desktop version of WhatsApp. However, with the built-in crop tool, users can easily crop their images without leaving the WhatsApp interface.
It’s important to note that the new feature is currently available only to a limited number of beta testers. However, WhatsApp plans to roll out the picture editing tool to more users in the near future, allowing a broader audience to benefit from this convenient feature.
The introduction of the picture editing tool for the Desktop version demonstrates WhatsApp’s commitment to continuously improving user experience and providing innovative features to enhance communication through the platform.