WhatsApp Adds Document Sharing To Its Web Client

by • May 19, 2016 • WhatsAppComments Off on WhatsApp Adds Document Sharing To Its Web Client3521

A while ago we might not have known, but it is becoming a bit clearer as to what WhatsApp’s plans are. Yes it seems to be on a collision course with Slack and Skype, the current most popular team collaboration solutions out there. First, the company released a standalone app for Windows and Mac, and now its adding document sharing to its web client.

A few weeks ago we reported that the company was working on a standalone app for Windows and Mac and then that actually happened. It might not be what we were expecting – it still relies on our phone to work – but it enriched the WhatsApp experience. It also allowed users to share PDFs and other documents. This feature has also just been launched on the browser version of WhatsApp.

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Whereas Messenger is a perfect customer service solution, WhatsApp wants to become the number one messaging and team collaboration app out there. Now you can send PDFs and other documents – CSVs, DOCs, DOCXs, PPTs, PPTXs, RTFs, TXTs, XLSs and XLSXs. If you want to use the feature, all you have to do is click on the attachment icon and choose your attachment type.

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