WhatsApp Web already allows you to create stickers, follow this step by step

File photo. | Credit: Whatsapp web (OFFICIAL WHATSAPP /)

The web version of the instant messaging application WhatsApp is launching a function that will awaken the interest of more than one user, because from now on they can create their own stickers with just a couple of clicks. The feature is available globally and will soon land on the desktop version.

There is no need to be registered for any beta function or anything like that, in addition, it does not need any requirement to activate it and you can use this function from any chat window.

File photo. | Credit: Official WhatsApp (WhatsApp /)

How to create stickers in the simplest way

To create and share WhatsApp stickers in the web version, just have a chat open and click on the attach icon (in the shape of a paperclip), just as if we were to upload a video or a photo on the platform, there a new deep blue button will appear (in our case, it is the fourth icon from top to bottom)When you click on it, the application will ask us to attach an image.

When uploading it A small editor will open where you can adjust the size and rotation, in addition to having a couple of tools that will allow you to cut out the frame, add text, emojis and even add other stickers to our creationYou can also change the size and location of these; finally, there will be the option to send.

It should be noted that once the sticker has been sent, This will be saved and can be sent to other contacts. TO From that moment on, it will be available on your mobile phone in the ‘recent stickers’ tab. Finally, the creations can also be saved by other users.

So far, the function only allows to attach JPG and PNG files, so there are no moving stickers, if you try to attach a previously moving sticker it will remain static, it is also important to clarify that this sticker maker is only available for WhatsApp WebAlthough this feature had already been announced for the desktop version, everything seems to indicate that users will have to wait a little longer to enjoy it.


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