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Sending Photos as Documents on WhatsApp for Android and iPhone: Step-by-Step Guide

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Sending Photos as Documents on WhatsApp for Android and iPhone Step-by-Step Guide

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WhatsApp offers users the ability to share various types of media, including photos, videos, documents, and audio messages.

However, when sharing photos on WhatsApp, the app compresses the images, resulting in a loss of detail from high-resolution photos.

To overcome this limitation and send uncompressed photos, you can send them as documents instead.

This guide provides step-by-step instructions for sending photos as documents on both iPhone and Android devices.

For iPhone users, there are two methods to send photos as documents on WhatsApp.

The first method involves saving the desired photo as a file.

To do this, open the Photos app, select the photo you want to send, tap the Share icon, choose the “Save to Files” option, select the desired folder to save the image, and tap Save.

Then, open WhatsApp, go to the conversation where you want to send the image, tap the “+” icon, select the “Document” option, choose the recently saved photo from the Files app, preview the image, and tap Send to share it as a document.

The second method for iPhone users is to change the file extension of the photo.

Open the Photos app, select the photo, tap the Share icon, choose the “Save to Files” option, select a location to save the photo in the Files app, and tap Save.

Then, access the Files app, navigate to the saved photo, tap the three-dot menu icon, select “View Options,” enable the “Show All Extensions” option, tap and hold the photo, select “Rename,” delete the file extension, and replace it with “DOC” or “DOCX.”

Alternatively, you can enter a custom file extension. Open WhatsApp, go to the conversation where you want to send the image, tap the “+” icon, select the “Document” option, choose the renamed photo from the Files app, and tap Open and Send to share it.

This article was updated 5 months ago

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