Zoom News : Nov 05, 2022, 02:43 PM
Technical | The popular messaging platform Whatsapp is used by millions of people around the world for chatting and media sharing. Users complain that when a photo is shared on WhatsApp, its quality drops and it is not shared in the original quality. Addressing this complaint of users, the company has rolled out the option of sending photos in 'Best Quality'.WhatsApp users have recently got several features, including communities and in-chat polls, etc. Also, now up to 1,024 users can join a group and 32 users are being given the option to be part of group video calls. After a long wait, users have also been given the option to change the photo upload quality. That is, you will be able to choose in which quality your photos should be sent.Separate photo upload quality sectionThe Meta-owned app has given users a dedicated photo upload quality section in the settings. Here users can choose whether they want to send photos in 'best quality' to their friends and contacts. Here the second option is given by the name 'Data Saver'. Photos of those who choose Data Saver will be compressed and the app will not use much data during chatting.The third option is 'auto', that is, according to the network quality, the app itself will decide whether a photo should be sent in the best quality or not. Keep in mind, the size of the photos sent in 'Best Quality' will be more and it will also take more time to upload or download them. If you do not want to compromise on the photo quality, then it would be good to choose the 'Best Quality' option first.Change settings by following these stepsTo share good quality photos on WhatsApp, first update the app to the latest version and then follow the steps given below.1. After opening WhatsApp, tap on three dots and go to Settings.2. Here you have to tap on 'Storage & Data' and 'Photo Upload Quality' option will appear at the bottom of the screen.3. By going to the photo upload quality section, you have to select 'Best Quality'. By default this setting is set to Auto (recommended).If mobile data or internet speed is not a problem for you then there will be no problem in choosing the best quality. In the absence of high-speed internet or WiFi, sending photos will take more time and mobile data will also be spent faster than in 'Data Saver' mode.