Instant messaging app WhatsApp, owned by Meta, has announced that it can add captions to sent photos, videos, GIFs and documents.
You will soon be able to add custom captions to retweeted images by removing existing captions. This is useful if the current listing doesn’t describe the image correctly or if you want to add a different description.
When you remove the existing title and add your own. The new description is sent as a separate message so the recipient knows it’s not part of the original message.
In this way, users can give more content to the retweeted news by explaining. Why it was retweete and by sharing their thoughts, feelings or thoughts about the ad.
By allowing users to add descriptions to social media. This can reduce misunderstandings and misunderstandings and improve the recipient’s understanding of news content.
It is important to note that after installing this update. Some users may experience problems viewing status updates and downloading videos. In this case, users should wait for the next update that will fix the issue.
When reposting images, videos, GIFs, and captioned files, some beta testers can annotate retweeted messages and then install. The latest update for WhatsApp beta for Android from the Play Store. Use this.
Please note that if this feature is not available in your WhatsApp account, it will be available to more users in the coming days.