WhatsApp Web beta gets new chat share sheet and redesigned emoji panel


After announcing the first feature available to some beta testers that joined the WhatsApp Web beta program, the ability to edit messages, WhatsApp is now rolling out a new chat share sheet along with a redesigned emoji panel for the web client!


Common questions Answers
Name of the feature? New chat share sheet and redesigned emoji panel
Status? Rolling out
Compatibility? WhatsApp Web beta 2.2321.6 is marked as a compatible update, but some users may be able to get the same feature after installing one of the versions newer than the 2.2319.9 build.
I’ve installed this update but I don’t have this feature. Why? This feature is available to some beta testers, and it is rolling out to even more people over the coming days.
Thanks: Rubiokarim, Swakshan, Sc, and kingcyrious, for testing and reporting.
Previous news? WhatsApp beta for Android what’s new? This is a bug fix update that addresses a persistent crash upon opening the app!


Although WhatsApp primarily focuses on introducing improvements for their native Windows and macOS applications, the company continues to work on improving the web client by developing new features and enhancing the user experience through interface redesign. Specifically, if you are using one of the latest updates of WhatsApp Web and joined to the beta program, you may be able to experiment with a redesigned chat share sheet and emoji panel!

As you can see in this screenshot, the latest update brings two improved experience for users. The chat share sheet has been completely redesigned: the window is now more compact, and each icon is labeled. In addition, WhatsApp has also redesigned the emoji panel: the emoji panel previously covered the entire bottom section of the screen. With the latest update, the emoji panel, along with the sticker and GIF tabs, is displayed separately and in a smaller size.

We think these small adjustments further confirm that WhatsApp wants really to improve the user experience by including enhancements to the app interface. In our opinion, this commitment to continuous improvement reflects WhatsApp’s dedication to delivering a better user-friendly messaging platform.

The new chat share sheet along with the redesigned emoji panel is available to some beta testers that joined the official beta program of WhatsApp Web, and it is rolling out to even more people over the coming days.

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