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30 May, 2023
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This upcoming feature is set to improve voice and video calls on the Android app, providing users with the ability to easily share their screens during conversations.

The feature, which is currently being rolled out to beta testers who have installed the latest WhatsApp beta for Android 2.23.11.19 update from the Google Play Store, will allow users to share their screen by simply tapping on a new icon in the call control view. Once initiated, the screen-sharing function records and transmits everything displayed on the user's screen to the call recipient.

Users will have full control over the screen sharing feature. At any time during a conversation, they can stop the screen sharing process. In addition, consent is required before this feature can be enabled, ensuring that the user agrees to the transmission of screen content.

Older versions of Android may not support this feature, so it's recommended to update to the latest one. Also screen-sharing may not be available in large group calls, and recipients using outdated versions of WhatsApp may not be able to access the shared screen content.