WhatsApp users Can Now Add Payments Background While Transferring Money Through The App - Viral Bake

WhatsApp has again come with the newest update. The WhatsApp users in India can now add payments background at the time of transferring money from the app. This feature is exclusively announced for Indian users only. The company says that this feature will help people of India in conveying a feeling along with sending money.

Source: The Economic Times

WhatsApp’s payments background feature is very much similar to Google Pay’s payments background feature. In Gpay, users are free to add different backgrounds from the option given by the company while sending money. Now, WhatsApp users can enjoy the same things on WhatsApp. Notably, the Facebook messaging app had first rolled out the payments feature in India in partnership with the National Payments Corporation of India (NPCI). Now, the payment system enables transactions with more than 227 banks.

Manesh Mahatme, Director of WhatsApp Payments said, “WhatsApp is a safe space where people share their thoughts and feelings with their friends and family. We look forward to creating more features and functionalities and continue making payments on WhatsApp an interesting and interactive experience.”

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Know The Steps To Add This WhatsApp Feature

Step 1: Firstly, click on the chat you would like to send the money to.

Step 2: Enter the amount you want to send to the contact

Step 3: Tap on the background icon

Step 4: Scroll through the available options and tap the background you want to use.

Step 5: In order to return to the payment message, simply click on the payment amount or tap X to dismiss the background options.

Particularly, users can also change the amount or enter a description even after you have added a background. Doing changes to background would not affect your chat.

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