One of the world’s most popular instant messaging clients, WhatsApp, has constantly worked on adding new features over the past few years.
Some of these recent additions are available through beta channels. You can look for them in the Google Play Beta program, and other new features under development have been roped off. We are now coming across a new feature about using personalized avatars as stickers.
We’ve previously seen reports about WhatsApp potentially allowing users to use avatars for video calls. But a late report from WABetaInfo is now articulating the ability to turn an avatar into a sticker.
The feature was found within WhatsApp for Android beta version 126.96.36.199. However, it’s not generally accessible yet, and there’s no comment on when the update will arrive in the broader section of the beta community.
However, based on the company’s history of rolling out new features to its chat client. The waiting for this feature probably won’t be too long.
Screenshots illustrate how users can set their avatar to be utilized for stickers. From our assumption, it seems that avatar-based stickers will be accessible as a single set. Along with the avatar in various poses and accompanying accouterments.
In addition to sharing these stickers within individual or group chats. You can also set your avatars as your default profile pictures.