News/ Info Document Sharing Future Comes To Whatsapp

sunshine

Blue Belt
Most of us want to share or send a document rapidly. No doubt there are so many platforms for that purpose, from OneDrive to Dropbox; and of course there's Email, AirPlay, and even the excellent old USB thumb drive. And now, the well-know mobile app WhatsApp is joining the document sharing race.

Some users of the 7-year-old, Facebook-owned messaging service are reporting the appearance of a document-sharing feature when they update to the latest version of the app.

TechCrunch, which is an online publisher of technology related latest news, has a walkthrough of how it works on Android; it's also available on iOS, but not Windows Phone.

Still, WhatsApp is hopeful in its future more development. So confident, in reality, that it can suffer to end hold for initial devices by the end of 2016, including all BlackBerry phones.
 

Zirkon Kalti

Content Writer
You can use whatsapp to share document from online cloud storage such as Google Drive, and OneDrive if you install them on your phone. You can only use whatsapp to share pdf for now as it doesn't support commonly used file formats such as .doc, and .xls.
 

sunshine

Blue Belt
You can use whatsapp to share document from online cloud storage such as Google Drive, and OneDrive if you install them on your phone. You can only use whatsapp to share pdf for now as it doesn't support commonly used file formats such as .doc, and .xls.
Yes, at the moment we can transfer only pdf files by whatsapp, but whatsapp authorities has planned to be add other files format sharing feature soon.
 

Prasoon Arora

White Belt
Transferring PDF files with the facility to number of users at the same time by using group is one of the time utilizing feature that I have experienced. It have been noticed that mobile apps with the smartphones are getting smarter more to transfer and share pdf or even other important data via watsapp in no time.
 
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