WhatsApp in partnership with the World Health Organization (WHO) has created a new Sticker pack themed, “Together At Home”.
The sticker pack is designed to reflect the moments and emotions that we are all going through every day as the world continues to stay at home.
The new Together At Home WhatsApp sticker pack is available in 10 languages. They include; Arabic, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish. The country code of a user’s phone number will automatically determine the language.
“We worked together with @WHO on a new ‘Together at Home’ sticker pack to help people stay connected throughout this moment and beyond. Send an air high five, celebrate our medical heroes, or show love to a personal hero in your life. Available now in your WhatsApp,” WhatsApp wrote in a Twitter post.
We worked together with @WHO on a new ‘Together at Home’ sticker pack to help people stay connected throughout this moment and beyond. Send an air high five, celebrate our medical heroes, or show love to a personal hero in your life. Available now in your WhatsApp. pic.twitter.com/6xjKylYzRd
— WhatsApp Inc. (@WhatsApp) April 21, 2020
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WhatsApp is also introducing a new sticker pack based on the popular Japanese character Rilakkuma. The aim is to give its users more ways to express their everyday emotions.
The messaging service collaborated with the WHO to launch an information service reaching over 10 million users just within days in March 2020. It is also in collaboration with many countries to help them deliver authentic information about COVID-19 to their citizens.
WhatsApp recently introduced a new limit on forwarding messages on its app. The limit restricts users from forwarding frequently forwarded posts or message to just one person.
WhatsApp is also working on a feature to enable users to ascertain the authenticity of any text or media content. This because the company is trying to help stamp out false information about the virus.
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