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Turn image into stickers, check this new WhatsApp Desktop feature



WhatsApp Image Stickers

After rolling out the new archive chats feature for WhatsApp Desktop, it’s bringing one more interesting option for the users. This new feature is related to images and stickers.

While on this subject, WhatsApp has many stickers and it continues to provide in accordance with the current trends. As for the images, the app already has basic features such as crop, text writing, and attaching stickers for basic editing.

Although the new feature relates both images and stickers, it has some twists. Users can convert their images and send them as stickers on WhatsApp Desktop. Now, you can modify your own sticker on WhatsApp.

Before discussing the feature, let check its preview-

Send Image as stickers WhatsApp Desktop     (Turn Image as Stickers in WhatsApp, WABetaInfo)

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As you can see, WhatsApp will add a new button in the typing section, which is beside the media view once option. It’ll let you turn your image into stickers so you can share it with your friends for a lively conversation. After selecting the image, you just have to tap on this option and it will be sent as a sticker in your conversation.

Furthermore, it’ll also notify you if follow the wrong or right method. It means, after sending the image sticker, a WhatsApp note will be flashed on the display confirming the successful sent. You can check the preview below-

(Image Credits: WABetaInfo)


This feature isn’t ready for rollout, so the available information is still limited. There is still more to explore such as if WhatsApp will store the converted stickers or will they be reusable or not etc. It’ll soon release with the future rollout for the WhatsApp Desktop, until then stay tuned with us.

Previous Feature:

WhatsApp starts releasing the Business Directory feature for some specific regions. It’ll let users search nearby services such as cafes, stores, floriculturists, clothing markets, restaurants, and showrooms, etc. To date, it’s only rolling out Sao Paulo city of Brazil but will expand more other cities soon.

(Source- WABetaInfo)

Yash is a graduate of computer science and followed his way into journalism, he is interested in various subjects related to technologies and politics. Yash likes to listen classical songs and has a huge library of classical mixes.