How to TeK: Bring more animation to WhatsApp conversations. Find out how to make your own stickers – How To Tek

In addition to the stickers provided by WhatsApp itself, there are already a variety of apps, both for Android and iOS, that allow you to create stickers to decorate conversations. Now, the instant messaging application from the Meta universe gives users the opportunity to give free rein to their creativity and create their own stickers.

For now, the feature is only available on the web version of WhatsApp and is expected to come to the desktop version soon. However, you will be able to access all the stickers created in the mobile version of the app later.

The creation process is relatively easy, and with this feature, you can turn any image into a sticker, and you can also customize it to your liking with emojis, text, and even other stickers you have in your collection.

Click on the images to learn how to create personalized stickers with WhatsApp

Follow these steps:

1 – On your computer, open the web version of WhatsApp at . Then open WhatsApp on your smartphone, click on the icon with three vertical dots at the top and select the “Associated devices” option.

2 – Click on “Associate a device” and, with your smartphone, scan the QR code on the computer screen.

3 – Select a conversation or open a new message. Click the paper clip icon.

4 – Choose the “Sticker” option.

5 – Upload an image.

6 – From there, you can give free rein to your imagination and create your personalized sticker. On the top bar, you’ll find a set of tools that allow you to crop and change the direction of the image, add emojis, other stickers, and text, as well as draw freely. Below you can also find a preview of your sticker.

7 – When you are satisfied with your creation, simply click on the submit button.

8 – Your new sticker will be saved in the sticker section whether in the web or mobile version of WhatsApp, so you can use it whenever you want.

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