Diwali will be different than any other festival this year. To stop the spread of COVID-19, it is crucial to maintain social distance. WhatsApp and social media have played an important role in this. Millions of people use the Facebook messaging service, which is owned by Facebook. This makes it an excellent way to stay in touch with your loved ones.
WhatsApp users can send messages in text, images, GIFs, and stickers. We will show you how to send GIFs or stickers to your contacts if you’re new to WhatsApp.
WhatsApp: How to Send Happy Diwali Photos
This is a simple process. First, you will need to find a Happy Diwali greeting picture on the internet. Make sure that it is free. Open the WhatsApp app and select your contact to send the Diwali greeting. Next, you will need to click the Attachment icon. Click on Photos, choose the image from your gallery, then click the Send option. You can do this for every person you wish Happy Diwali.
Happy Diwali GIFs to WhatsApp
GIFs were introduced by WhatsApp last year. First, open your contact and tap the space. Next, select the GIF option. Repeat the process for every contact that you wish to send Happy Diwali wishes.
WhatsApp: How to Send Happy Diwali Stickers
Stickers were introduced by WhatsApp earlier in the year. They have become very popular within a matter of months. Although there are many sticker packs on WhatsApp, you can easily find a Diwali pack by searching the site. Go to Google Play Store, download the WhatsApp Sticker Pack and choose the Diwali option. The pack will be available in your WhatsApp sticker gallery. These stickers apps are not available in the App Store.
You can send Happy Diwali stickers to contacts by opening the contact and tapping on the space. Next, click the sticker icon beside GIF.