WhatsApp, the messaging service owned by US tech company Meta, is working on a new text editor feature for its drawing tool. The text editor will come with new fonts and tools.
It will allow users to switch between different fonts, and will also let them change the text alignment. It will also give them more control over formatting text within images, videos and GIFs.
Switching Between Fonts
WhatsApp is working on a new text editor feature for its drawing tool, according to a recent report by WABetaInfo. It will enable users to easily switch between different fonts by tapping one of the options displayed above the keyboard.
Moreover, the feature will also let users change the text alignment to the left, center or right. This will help them improve the visibility of images, GIFs and videos shared along with their messages.
The messaging app is also planning to add some additional fonts in this text editor, including Calistoga, Courier Prime, Damion, Exo 2, and Morning Breeze. Its development is in the process and will be made available for beta testing in future updates.
The Meta-owned instant messaging platform WhatsApp is working on a new text editor feature for its drawing tool. According to a report from WABetaInfo, WhatsApp is planning to offer users improved text alignment flexibility.
The feature will let users change text alignment so that they complement the structure of the image. This will make it easier to distinguish important text in pictures and videos.
In addition, the feature will allow users to switch between different fonts just by tapping one of the options displayed above the keyboard. It will also give users more control over formatting their text in images, videos and GIFs.
The feature is expected to be released in an upcoming update of WhatsApp for iOS, reports WABetaInfo. It will also include a new option to set expiration dates for group chats, which will be prompted when the date is reached. It will allow users to choose from a variety of options including one day, one week and a custom date.
The Meta-owned messaging app WhatsApp is working on a new text editor feature for its drawing tool, which will allow users to switch between different fonts quickly and easily. It will also allow them to change text alignment to left, centre or right, allowing more flexibility when formatting their text within images, videos and GIFs.
Using the WhatsApp text formatting feature is a great way to highlight important parts of a message and make it stand out. The app already offers a few tricks that let you apply bold, italic and strikethrough effects to any string of text.
To format text in italic, place two underscores (_) on either side of a string; to use the bold option, use two asterisks or *. To format the same text in strikethrough, place a tilde or between the two words you want to cross out; and to format it as monospace, simply wrap it between three grave accents, aka backquotes or backticks ().
Text Background Color
WhatsApp is working on a new text editor feature for its drawing tool, according to reports. This new feature will allow users to switch between different fonts, change text alignment flexibility, and change the text background color, giving them more creativity during editing videos, photos, or GIFs.
First, users will be able to switch between several fonts by tapping one of the options shown above the keyboard. These new fonts will include Calistoga, Courier Prime, Damion, Exo 2, and Morning Breeze.
Second, users will be able to change the text alignment to left, center or right. This will help them align the text in images, videos and GIFs in a way that makes it more readable.
Finally, users will be able to change the background color of their text, making it easier for them to differentiate important text. In addition, they will also be able to change the font size within chats. These features are still in development, but are expected to be available in a future app update.