WhatsApp The study is likely to introduce two new features soon to facilitate the usability of the application: displaying the estimated time for downloading or sending files within a conversation and a new way of sharing profiles inside and outside the application. way.
The information released by the WaBetaInfo website, which usually estimates resources and hit rumours, comes from images recorded in test versions of the platform from 184.108.40.206 for Android, to 220.127.116.11 iOS and 2.2209.3 for Desktop.
In a screenshot, you can see two pieces of information related to sending the file: the percentage and the estimated time to complete the transfer. The circle showing data progress and other interface details stays with the same presentation.
In theory, this information refers to who sent the message, but it can also be visible to the recipient, according to the website.
In view of the new development, WhatsApp intends to increase the maximum file size in transfer by twenty times. Some users of the beta version of the application in Argentina are already able to send and receive files up to 2 GB. Till now the upload limit is 100 MB.
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In addition to download times, another tested update includes replacing QR code By button with share icon — same used in other apps.
Obviously, it would be more accessible next to the user icon.
Once clicked, it will take you to a screen dedicated to sharing shortlinks (those short links) directly on WhatsApp. There is also an option to copy it to send the contact address using another application, such as, for example, by direct message on Instagram.
The solution is to find a way to make access to this function more practical. There are currently two ways to share direct access to your profile without saving a contact.
- The first method involves using the link (“https://api.whatsapp.com/send?phone=”), followed by your phone number in international format (country code: 55) + area code (DDD), and number “999999 XXXX”);
- Another way is to navigate to Settings and click on the QR code icon next to your name. From there, you can generate a QR code for the recipient to scan along with a link to your profile.
Both features do not yet have an expected arrival date for traditional users of the application.