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Gradually WhatsApp has increased the types of files that you can share with your friends. Pass photos and videos to documents has cost a lot (finally he arrived a Early last month ) but it seems that once open season documents the rules are more relaxed.
For now, WhatsApp only allows you to send PDF files , although it is expected that in the near future the list extends to classic office automation formats DOCX, PPTX and XSLX. However, if we rely on the last capture of translation center for WhatsApp, it is possible that the list continues to expand beyond the documents themselves, to include at least ZIP files and lists contacts in VCF
The track, in a screenshot
This information is based, as so often in the translation portal WhatsApp. There, in addition to showing text strings so that users can vote and add translations in their language, often include screenshots to illustrate the context in which the text is lies translating.
in this case, the screenshot is linked with the word “Documents” and shows exactly that, the first selection window that appears when trying to send a document . While on your mobile this window only shows you PDF (if you have one in your mobile) in this captures two ZIP files and a sheet of contacts VCF also appreciated .
Before you get too excited thinking about using WhatsApp to send all, remember that it is possible that the screenshot is simply a sketch or mock-up and not a prediction of future functions. The truth is that WhatsApp is now being very careful what kind of lets you send files, opening the closed very slowly
In Engadget Android. | Cómo send documents with WhatsApp for Android
The news WhatsApp will let you send documents in ZIP and contacts in VCF was originally published in Engadget Android by Ivan Ramirez .
April 5, 2016
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