WhatsApp has finally revealed the ability to share documents, both on the Android and iOS version of the application.
We had detected the ‘Shared Document’ feature in our iOS application yesterday, however, we were not able to share any report as different users did not seem to have the upheld version. Today anyway, we could send reports from iOS to Android and Android to Android, and so on. The document sharing option is availible for the group on WhatsApp too.
WhatsApp For Android And IOS Get Document Sharing, Ignored Windows
With a specific end goal to share a document, simply tap on the share document option in iOS or Android and one of the tabs ought to reflect Share Documents. In iOS, you’ll have the capacity to share documents from iCloud, Google Drive, OneDrive, in the event that they are introduced on your smartphone. In Android, WhatsApp gives you a chance to share documents from the File Folder itself.
That fits in with WhatsApp’s bigger plan, revealed this year, which sees the company increasing its attention to its business customers. CEO Jan Koum said in January that WhatsApp would start testing more commercial services, including those that would permit shoppers to speak with organizations. Document sharing makes well in this bigger setting of business-friendly features.
Obviously, the feature will have direct user advantages too for things such as sharing flyers, e-tickets, checks, and different PDFs of a more personal information. The feature is arriving now on both iOS and Android, not released yet for Windows.