WhatsApp is working on a feature to let users create their own stickers within the app

WhatsApp is always experimenting with new features in order to improve the overall user experience. According to sources, WhatsApp is developing a feature that will allow users to design their own stickers within the app.

Yes, you read that correctly: you may no longer need to use a third-party programme to generate stickers. You will be able to do so in the near future using the messaging app. The tool is now under beta testing and will be made available to all users over the next two weeks, according to reports.

According to tipster Mukul Sharma, 91Mobiles has learned exclusively that WhatsApp is working on a feature that would allow users to design their own stickers within the application. In the following weeks, it is possible that WhatsApp may make the functionality available to all users.

WhatsApp, on the other hand, has not specified how it intends to implement the function. According to the report, WhatsApp may allow users to upload photos first, after which they may transform them into a sticker. WhatsApp may potentially include editing options, such as the ability to trim photos, merge two photos into one, and more.

A spokesperson for Sharma also informed The Guardian that the functionality is presently accessible on the WhatsApp Web. We were able to identify the functionality of the WhatsApp online interface. You may make stickers from photographs of your own choosing. You may also add text, smileys, and existing stickers to the image, which you can then distribute as a sticker to your friends and family members.

You may also remove any text that has been placed to the image. WhatsApp will send out the capability to its chat app in the near future. In accordance with media sources, the capability would initially be provided to Android users before being made available to iOS users later on.

Users will no longer be required to download sticker packs once WhatsApp has implemented the functionality. They will be able to design their own stickers.

A related development is that WhatsApp plans to expand the time limit for the ‘Delete Message for Everyone’ feature in the near future. The messaging app has been discovered experimenting with varying time limitations for the function in different locations. Currently, users may only delete a message once it has been sent, which is after one hour, eight minutes, and sixteen seconds after it was sent. In the near future, things may take a different turn, as WhatsApp users may soon be able to erase their messages for everyone, seven days after they were first sent.