Popular messaging apps, such as Snapchat, have some time-limited features that let you place time and place-dependent stickers on photos and videos. To make up for this, WhatsApp has now extended its messaging platform with the same features to be among the most comprehensive messaging apps available.
In addition to fun decorations like Emojis, the latest versions of WhatsApp for iOS and iOS have also been added. With Android, you can now add time-based stickers ̵
Step 1: Select a media file in a chat.
Add a time or Open a conversation and either tap the plus sign to the left of the text entry box below (iOS) or the paperclip and camera keys on the right side of the text box (Android). At the prompt that appears, select either "Photo & Video Library" (iOS) or "Gallery" (Android).
Your gallery is now displayed. Therefore, select the media file you want to share with your contacts. If you're using an iPhone, you can also select a GIF by tapping "GIFs" in the lower-left corner of the screen.
After selecting a media file Tap the smiley icon at the top of the iOS and Android screen, and then select a sticker to insert on it. You can choose between time in the form of digital and analog clocks as well as a location label that determines where the media was recorded or recorded.
If the If you want to release the file that you want to release, you will be able to move the sticker and place it in a more ideal position by dragging it across the screen. You can also change your sticker simply by tapping from Dark to Bright.
If you want to remove the sticker, just tap and hold it and drag it to the trash can at the top left corner of the screen. When you are satisfied, tap the blue submit button to share your media file.
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