WhatsApp is said to be working on new text formatting tools that could benefit programmers, programmers and software developers. The new feature was recently spotted in the latest WhatsApp Desktop beta update and is said to include three new formatting tools. These new tools will make it easier for users to share and read codes on WhatsApp. These tools may also be available to Android and iOS users in the future. Recently, WhatsApp has rolled out HD photo sharing to all users on the stable channel. According to a report from WhatsApp developer tracker WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is working on three new text formatting tools that will make technical code easier to read and share on the platform. The report suggests that a “Code Blocks” feature will be added to make tech code readable on WhatsApp. It can help software developers, programmers and others to share application code snippets.
Meanwhile, the “Quotes” feature will also be included in this new toolkit. With this formatter, users will be able to refer to specific messages or replies in a chat. The report also states that the citation text formatter in development will allow users to quote a specific part of the text and respond to that part directly, unlike the existing citation text feature. on the app.
The third tool is said to allow users to create lists of items in messages on WhatsApp. The report also includes screenshots of the new formatting tools.
However, WhatsApp does not know when these features will be available to all beta testers. Currently, the tools are in beta development. Like all features in development, the messaging platform may implement the feature as part of a beta update prior to releasing the feature to the stable channel, or may remove the feature entirely. this ability.
WhatsApp recently rolled out HD photo sharing for all its users. This will allow users to share high quality and high resolution images in their WhatsApp chats on Android, iOS, WhatsApp Web and Desktop. Images sent in HD will have a small ‘HD’ icon. In addition, Meta also announced that it will soon support HD video.