Across all of its platforms, Meta is aggressively releasing new features. The business recently unveiled new privacy capabilities to shield those under 18 from harmful individuals on Facebook and Instagram as well as age-verification tools for Facebook Dating. The social media behemoth now has some updates to share about WhatsApp, the business’s instant messaging service.
Avatars for WhatsApp are now available, according to a statement from Meta. You can use your avatar as a conversation sticker thanks to this feature. Both solo and group chats can use them.
“Your avatar is a digital representation of yourself that can be made from countless combinations of various face characteristics, hairstyles, and clothing. You may now use your customised avatar as your WhatsApp profile photo or pick from 36 unique stickers that represent a wide range of emotions and actions, according to an official blog post from Meta.
In addition to being quick and entertaining, it also feels more private because you can represent yourself without using your actual photo.
Avatars are nothing new; Apple and Samsung both made it possible to make them on their high-end smartphones. However, more users will be exposed to avatars now that WhatsApp is providing the same features.
Avatars on WhatsApp will be improved in the future, according to Meta. To improve avatars even more, the social media behemoth will keep working on style improvements such as lighting, shading, different hair textures, and other things. Additionally, the business will add more style to all of its apps, and Mark Zuckerberg promised that they will be “coming shortly.”
In the next days, everyone will be able to use WhatsApp avatars. Will our readers use them when they become available to everyone, or will they choose to ignore them? You can comment with your ideas in the space provided.