WhatsApp is introducing a redesigned drawing editor: Here's what it means for users


WhatsApp is now reportedly rolling out a redesigned drawing editor feature for a better user experience. WhatsApp is rolling out a redesigned drawing editor to Android beta testers, WABetaInfo reports.

The redesigned drawing editor is available with updated version 2.24.9.6 of the app. The report mentions that the revised interface aims to improve the user experience by enhancing interactions with drawing tools, making it easier and more intuitive to edit images and videos.

According to the report, some beta testers are now able to assess the integration of the bottom bar for brush and color tools within the drawing editor screen. Previously, in previous updates, the color bar was located at the top of the screen, which created accessibility challenges, especially on larger displays. Along with the redesigned interface for the drawing editor, WhatsApp is increasing user convenience by moving this tool to the bottom of the screen.

Notably, WhatsApp has also improved color selection by introducing a feature that allows users to choose from a palette of 24 default colors, streamlining the process of navigating the available color options. Additionally, users can now adjust the font size by scrolling through the font size bar, offering an alternative to the usual gesture-based method.

“Relocating the paint and brush toolbars to the bottom of the screen increases convenience when editing images or videos, especially on larger devices, allowing users to more comfortably interact with these features with one hand . Additionally, the expanded color palette and improved font-size adjustments provide greater creative flexibility, allowing users to easily customize their messages with a wider range of colors,” the report said.

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