Users will be able to choose a photo from their library and edit it using features like the background-removal feature. According to reports, WhatsApp, which is owned by Meta, is developing a new tool called the “sticker maker tool” that will enable users to produce stickers directly from the iOS app. The business intends to include a “New Sticker” option under the conversation share action sheet, claims WABetaInfo.
Users will be able to choose a photo from their library and edit it using features like the background-removal feature.The new feature will also prevent users from downloading unofficial software, according to the article.
A comparable tool is already available on WhatsApp Web and Desktop, according to the source, but the one being developed for iOS will provide users access to more capabilities.An upcoming update to the app will provide the option to make stickers using an in-app sticker creation tool.
A new group calling feature for WhatsApp is apparently being rolled out on macOS devices and would enable users to make group calls with a chosen number of participants. Earlier, the button was either disabled or did not work on macOS, making it impossible to begin a group call. The call buttons (audio and video) have now been made available in the most recent WhatsApp beta update, allowing users to initiate a group call.