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WhatsApp ‘Avatar’ feature is now widely available to all users


After beta testing in July, WhatsApp has announced the release of avatars to its app, providing a new and personalised way to express yourself. According to the company, your avatar is a digital representation of yourself that can be created from countless combinations of different facial characteristics, hairstyles, and clothing.

According to WhatsApp, users can now use their customised avatar as their profile photo or choose from one of 36 customised stickers that represent a variety of emotions and behaviours.

According to the meta-owned company, sending an avatar to friends and family is a quick and enjoyable way to express emotions. It can also be a great way to represent yourself in a more private manner without using your actual photo.

Many people will be creating their first avatar for the first time, and we will continue to deliver style improvements such as lighting, shading, different hair textures, and more, to make avatars even better over time.

How do you make your avatar?

  • Launch WhatsApp.
  • Select Settings.
  • Select an avatar and then create your avatar.
  • Complete the steps to make your avatar.
  • Click “Done.”

How do you make your WhatsApp avatar your profile photo?

  • Select Settings.
  • Select Edit on your profile photo.
  • Select “Use Avatar.”

You can create an avatar for WhatsApp to use as your profile photo or a sticker pack, and you can read more about it here.


starting today, Creating and sharing your avatars, which are now available to all users,

WhatsApp recently announced that the “Message Yourself” feature is now available. It is also said to be working on features like Search for messages by date, Android tablet support, and more.

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