New Delhi: No blurry or torn photos… send high quality pics on WhatsApp, know how Instant messaging app WhatsApp is not only used for conversations but important documents etc. are also sent here and there in real time. Instead of writing long mails to the employees, today updates are sent instantly through WhatsApp. You can send many things like picture, video, message, voice etc. on this app.
All of you must have noticed that when you forward a work picture to another person on WhatsApp, often the person in front complains that the picture is torn or blurred. In such a situation, either you send the photo as a document or transfer it as a PDF. But now all this is not needed. Today in this article we are going to tell you a trick through which you can send high quality pics to the person in front. To do this, you neither have to download any third party application nor visit any website.
Usually people use document to send any good or important photo on WhatsApp. But if someone has to share more than one photo, then this task becomes difficult. Many times people ignore even opening the document file because it is big and time consuming. Know today how you can send high quality pics on WhatsApp.
Send high quality pics like this
To send high quality pics on WhatsApp, you have to make some changes in the settings.
- First of all, open your WhatsApp and click on the 3 dots appearing on the top right corner.
- Here now you click on the setting and go to the option of storage and data.
- Here you will see the option of photo upload quality on which you have to click.
- Then you will get three options first auto, second best quality and third data saver.
- Select ‘Best Quality’ to send high resolution photos.
After setting this, the next time you share the photo with another person through WhatsApp, you will definitely see a change in the quality. Note, when you select the option of Best Quality Photo, it consumes more of your data. Because the resolution and size of the photo becomes better than normal.
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