Tip: this is how you make your own sticker via WhatsApp Web or desktop app

WhatsApp can now be used in all kinds of ways, for example via a smartphone or WhatsApp Web. You can now make your own stickers easily via WhatsApp Web or the desktop app and in this tip you can read how that works.

Stickers WhatsApp: Create via Web or Desktop App

WhatsApp is the most used chat app here. You can chat with all your friends, family and acquaintances via your smartphone. You can also use WhatsApp Web for years and there is also a special desktop application. As a beta user of the app, you can be the first to use and test new features and this is the case again.

For example, you can now create your own stickers via WhatsApp Web or desktop application in a few simple steps. To make such a beautiful ‘digital sticker’ yourself, follow these steps:

  1. Open WhatsApp Web or the WhatsApp desktop application;

  2. Open a conversation in which you want to send the sticker;

  3. Tap on the paper clip and choose ‘sticker’;

  4. Upload an image that serves as the basis for the sticker;

  5. Edit it with emoji, text, other stickers or crop it;

  6. Completely satisfied, then press send.

You can of course also save it for later use. You can of course also see it when you open WhatsApp on your smartphone. However, you can only use fixed stickers and therefore no animated ones. This means that you can only send static images. Whether and when that will change remains to be seen. You can download the app on your smartphone via the button below.

WhatsApp Messenger

WhatsApp LLC

For free

via Google Play

Send one-time image via WhatsApp

WhatsApp is constantly being expanded with new features. For example, it has recently become possible to send a one-time image or video. This means that a picture can only be opened and viewed once for the recipient. Of course, that person can take a screenshot or take a photo with another camera. This means that you always have to pay attention to what you do or do not send.

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Source: Android Planet

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