WhatsApp is a popular global messaging app with many convenient features. The following article will share the simplest ways to transfer files on WhatsApp by iPhone or iPad.
1 transfer files on WhatsApp
Launch WhatsApp on your iPad or iPhone. The WhatsApp icon resembles a white phone inside a green speech bubble.
Toggle to the Chats tab. In the lower-right corner of your screen, near to Settings, is a button that resembles a speech bubble.
Tap the back button in the top-left corner to return to Chats if WhatsApp opens to a full-screen conversation in a chat window.
Select “New Chat” from the menu. The emblem in the upper-right corner of your screen resembles a writing pencil. A list of all of your contacts will appear.
On a contact, tap. To view the entire list, scroll down, or use the Search bar at the top of your screen to select a contact right away.
As an alternative, you can start a brand-new group chat or join an already-existing one. In any one of your private and group talks, you can transfer files.
Hit the “+” key. On the left side of your screen, close to the message area, is where you may find it. A pop-up menu with sharing choices will appear.
On the pop-up menu, select Document. There will be another pop-up window showing document locations.
To share an image or video from the Photos app on your device instead, tap Photo & Video Library.
Choose where to save the document you want to send. Text documents, PDFs, presentations, and spreadsheets may all be shared from your device or your iCloud Drive.
Find the document, then tap it. To send a document to a contact, tap on it after searching the folders on your smartphone or in your iCloud drive for it. A pop-up window will ask you to confirm your activity.
To confirm, tap Send. Your paper will be sent to the chat conversation. Your contact can see the paper on their own device by downloading it from the conversation.