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WhatsApp will get thumbnail previews for documents; now in beta


WhatsApp is working on a feature that will allow you to see a thumbnail preview of documents before downloading them. This will help you speed up the user experience and save space at the same time. It will be especially helpful in those cases where you want to take a quick look at the file you received to see if you want to save it.

The team behind the app has been striving to make it even better for a while now, constantly adding new features. They have not only been working on more options but also on revamping the UI. Now, one of the next features that WhatsApp will get will be document previews on thumbnails.

WhatsApp thumbnail previews for documents will help you save space

Spotted by WABetaInfo, the feature will allow you to check a preview of documents without having to download them first. This seemingly simple change will positively impact the user experience, adding immediacy to your chats. WhatsApp users who depend on the service for work will especially appreciate the new option. After all, they know better than anyone what it’s like to download dozens of documents and images that they don’t want to have on their storage or cloud, and then manually delete the ones that aren’t useful to them.

As the screenshot below shows, a preview of the document or image will appear in a small thumbnail. This will allow you to know if it is really the one you wanted to receive before downloading it. Currently, the source does not include information on whether thumbnail previews will work the same for text documents.

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As is usually the case with new features, the thumbnail previews for documents are available first in WhatsApp beta (2.24.9.8). Therefore, you may have to wait a few weeks to receive the stable update that includes the option.

WhatsApp documents thumbnail previews
WhatsApp current documents previews vs thumbnail previews. Source: WABetaInfo



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