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This is the moment when the Serbian terrorist was found murdered in the north of Kosovo
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Whatsapp is bringing a new version, what we know so far
WhatsApp is testing a screen sharing feature. The feature is only available to some beta testers at the moment. With the new update, users can share their screens during a video call. The screen sharing option will be at the bottom of the screen after starting the video call.
It's in the call control view, which also allows users to mute the call, switch the camera, and end the call. When a user chooses to share their screen, everything on the screen will be captured and shared with the person on the call.
It is important to note that this feature may not work on older versions of Android and may not be possible in large group calls and the person may not see the screen content if using an older version of WhatsApp . Users can stop screen sharing whenever they want and this only happens when they agree to share their screen.
Meanwhile, WhatsApp is reportedly developing a new feature that will allow users to choose unique usernames for their accounts. It will be called "WhatsApp Usernames". With this feature, users will be able to choose a unique and memorable username.