A new feature for Android users is presently being tested by the instant messaging service WhatsApp. The upcoming functionality will enable users to exchange papers with captions. In response to recent rumours that the website, which is owned by Meta, is testing a subscription service for some users, the announcement was made.
According to WABetaInfo, a WhatsApp analysis service, when you choose a document from the discussion share sheet, a caption bar displays. According to a report from WABetaInfo, the caption box enables us to add a caption to the document before sending it to the recipient.
The tool will allow users to exchange papers with subtitles. Using the Caption Panel, which is available to Android users, the caption can be added to any document. The caption bar is expected to appear each time a user tries to select a document.
WhatsApp is working on a new Captions Feature for Android Users
Since publications with captions are easier to look for and find, the capacity is beneficial. This feature is currently only accessible to a small number of beta testers. Thanks to Meta, more Android beta testers ought to get access to the feature.
Currently, this capability is restricted to GIFs, pictures, and videos posted on WhatsApp. You will have the option to add a caption to any papers you share in chat once the new version is ready.