Now You Can Send Documents in WhatsApp Chat
Now You Can Send Documents in WhatsApp Chat

WhatsApp has finally rolled out new update with a feature of sending documents over Chat. This feature is available to the major mobile operating systems, Android and iOS’s respective application stores.



Now You Can Send Documents in WhatsApp Chat

Whats App’s new update is available in version 2.12.453 on Android while as version 2.12.14 on iOS. Users will see “Document” option in the attachments section which lets you to send documents to your WhatsApp Contacts.

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With New Update, users can share PDF Files only and more file extensions will be supported in future. It is necessary for both the users to update the WhatsApp to the latest version in order send or receive documents.

Documents Option in WhatsApp
Documents Option in WhatsApp

The WhatsApp for iOS brings some new updates like user can share photos/videos from cloud storage services like Google Drive, Dropbox and Onedrive. Moreover, this new update also lets the user to select different colors for background in Chat.

The latest update for WhatsApp for Android also brings about new 100 emojis, it now supports 5 new languages. Also, now you can backup your chats and media with Google Drive Backup and it is also compatible with Android 6.0 Permissions.

Besides the above new features in WhatApp, the new update also lets you see the blue ticks directly from the home of WhatApp, which means that you won’t have to open the thread in order to see whether your message has been read or not.

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Earlier, media sharing in WhatsApp were restricted to Audio, Video, Images but now you can also share documents with your contacts. The update is available on Google Play and App Store. We hope that you liked this article, feel free to share this with your friends.


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