Diwali is unlike any other festival in this year’s calendar. It is important to keep social distance in order to stop COVID-19 spreading. This has been made possible by social media and WhatsApp. Facebook’s messaging platform, Facebook Messenger, is used by millions. It is a great way to keep in touch with loved ones.
WhatsApp allows users to send text messages, GIFs and stickers. If you are new to WhatsApp, we will teach you how to send GIFs and stickers to your contacts.
WhatsApp: Happy Diwali photos to send
It is easy. You will first need to search the Internet for a Happy Diwali greeting image. It should be free. To send the Diwali greeting, open the WhatsApp app. Click the Attachment icon next. Next, click on Attachment. This can be done for each person who wishes Happy Diwali.
Send Happy Diwali GIFs via WhatsApp
WhatsApp introduced GIFs last year. Open your contact, then tap on the space. Next, choose the GIF option. For every person you want to wish Happy Diwali, repeat the above steps.
WhatsApp: Happy Diwali Stickers
WhatsApp introduced stickers earlier this year. In a matter of weeks, stickers have been very well-liked. There are many stickers packs available on WhatsApp. However, it is easy to find the Diwali pack by simply searching for that particular sticker pack. Download the WhatsApp Sticker Pack from Google Play Store and select the Diwali option. You will find the pack in your WhatsApp stickers gallery. These apps cannot be downloaded from the App Store.
To send Happy Diwali stickers, open the contact by tapping the space. Click the sticker icon next to GIF.