NS The WhatsApp NS Iphone (iOSAllows you to use emojis and stickers as cover photos in group chats. The feature, which can come in handy when the user doesn’t know which image to assign to a group, makes it possible to use any keyboard face as well as select a colored background to improve the icon’s aesthetics. It is also possible to use any saved sticker as a cover for group chats – when using an animated sticker, it will appear static.
Editing can be done by any member of the group through the chat settings of the messenger. As revealed by WABetaInfo on Friday (12), the feature is in the testing phase in WhatsApp beta NS Android, and will soon reach users of the system google browser. Check how to use emojis and stickers as cover for WhatsApp groups on iPhone.
Learn how to use emojis on a WhatsApp group cover photo – Photo: Rodrigo Fernandes / TechTudo
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Step 1. Open the desired group and tap on the name to open the chat settings;
Open WhatsApp settings for a group on iPhone – Photo: clone / Rodrigo Fernandez
Step 2. Tap on the camera icon and select the option “Emoji and sticker”;
WhatsApp allows you to use emojis and stickers as group covers – Photo: clone / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 3. Tap on the emoji you want to use as a cover. Then select a color to use as the background for the emoji;
Learn how to use emojis as an icon for WhatsApp groups – Image: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandes
Step 4. If you want to use a sticker as a cover, tap the Image tab at the top of the screen. Then select the desired shape;
It is also possible to use figurines as covers for groups – Photo: Reproduction / Rodrigo Fernandez
Step 5. Exit the OK button and see the new cover photo for the group.
Watch a WhatsApp group have emojis on the cover photo – Photo: clone / Rodrigo Fernandez
with information from WABetaInfo
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