Sending Screen­shots on What­sApp Web: Guide

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Previously it was not possible to use WhatsApp on PC. However, that changed when WhatsApp launched a web client. Thanks to that, you could open and send WhatsApp messages from your computer without installing an extension or app.

WhatsApp web supports most of the features available in it mobile apps, including the ability to share images and documents and even add contacts. If you regularly take screenshots on your computer, you can use the WhatsApp web client to send them to your friends.

Curious how to to do? Well, there are three methods of doing it. Before we jump in, let’s get started up WhatsApp web.

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Set up WhatsApp Web

Step 1: Open web.whatsapp.com on your PC. You will see a QR code there.

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Step 2: Open WhatsApp on your mobile device and tap the three-dot icon in the top right corner. Select WhatsApp Web from the list.

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Step 3: Do you use phone, scan the code on your PC. If all goes well, you will see your WhatsApp messages in the browser. Congratulations, you have successfully registered WhatsApp web.

As mentioned before, there are three ways to send screenshots on WhatsApp web. These are:

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1. Copy Paste

The first method is very simple. It includes easy copy and paste from any photo viewer app on your PC. However, if you are not sure how to do that, here are the steps in detail.

Step 1: Open the screenshot you want to share on WhatsApp web in a photo viewer app. Once opened, press CTRL + C. This usually works, but some viewers don’t support this shortcut. For them, you have to right click on the picture and then select Copy picture data from the menu. You can also try the keyboard shortcut CTRL + SHIFT + C.

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To copy an image from Google Chrome or another browser, right-click the image and click Copy Image. You can also use the keyboard shortcut CTRL + C.

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Step 2: Launch WhatsApp web and open the chat where you want to share the screenshot.

Step 3: In the chat thread, press CTRL + V. You will see the copied image appear with a preview. Then click on Submit button

Note: You can only copy one image at a time using this method.

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2. Drag and drop

If you want to share multiple screenshots via WhatsApp web, you can drag and drop them together. To do this, open the chat thread in WhatsApp web. Then launch the folder containing the screenshots and resize it so that you can easily drag and drop the images to WhatsApp web.

Once you see the WhatsApp web window below the folder, select multiple screenshots and drag and drop them into the chat thread. You can write captions for each of them. Finally, click Submit button

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3. Add picture

Another method to share screenshots is to use the built-in option to add images. Here are the steps:

Step 1: Launch WhatsApp web and open the chat thread.

Step 2: Click the Attach icon (looks like a paper clip) in the top right corner. Then select Gallery from the options.

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Step 3: A window will open. Navigate to the folder containing the screenshots you want to share. Select the images and they will appear in the preview window with a thumbnail carousel at the bottom.

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Step 4: Click on Submit button

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Bonus Trick: Send screenshots to yourself

Thanks to WhatsApp’s file sharing feature, you can use it as an alternative to file sharing apps. You can send images including screenshots or documents from your PC to your device with WhatsApp.

To do this, follow the steps:

Step 1: On your mobile device, save your own number in your contacts list.

Step 2: Open WhatsApp on your mobile and refresh the contacts. Then search for the contact name you just saved. Open it and send a test message to check if the contact was saved successfully or not.

Step 3: Launch WhatsApp web on your PC and open the recent chat with yourself. Then follow one of the previously mentioned methods to send images to yourself.

Step 4: Open WhatsApp on your mobile device and download the images or documents from your own chat thread.

Note: WhatsApp allows you to share files with up up to 100MB at a time.

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Editing screenshots

Unfortunately, unlike WhatsApp on mobile, you cannot edit the screenshots in WhatsApp web interface. You have to use some other picture editing apps on your PC.

But if you want to use WhatsApp’s editing features, you can share the screenshot with yourself first. Then download the image on your mobile device, confirm it in the thread where you actually want to share it, then use the edit features offered by whatsapp such as sticker, doodle, text and filters.

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Send it!

I usually share screenshots of transaction numbers and order IDs related to online purchases and payments. Help me retrieve such important numbers and documents quickly.

Now that you know how to share screenshots on whatsapp web, get all those screenshots ready and send them easily without depending on any other app.

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