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WhatsApp now supports ‘forward media with caption’ on iOS

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WhatsApp, a Meta-owned messaging platform, has launched the ‘forward media with caption’ feature on iOS, allowing users to forward images, videos, GIFs, and documents with a caption. Some users were able to access the new feature after downloading the latest WhatsApp for iOS 22.23.77 update from the App Store, according to WABetaInfo.

Users must forward an image with a caption to find out if the feature is enabled on their account, and a new view will appear at the bottom of the screen. Furthermore, if the user does not wish to forward the caption, a dismiss button is provided to remove the caption from the image before forwarding the message.

WABetaInfo has also reported on other features that have yet to be released but are available to beta users. Some examples include customised avatars, muting shortcuts for group chats, and contact cards.

According to the report, the feature will be made available to more users in the coming days.

It was reported last week that the messaging platform was working on voice status on iOS beta for an upcoming iOS update that would allow users to add voice notes to their status updates.

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