There are many ways to share files over WhatsApp. And WhatsApp web does support a few file extensions. But what happens if your browser does not support the Web version? What happens if you had to share a myriad of files with many different file extensions to the multiple people? Who would go through the tedious efforts of sending each file individually?
Well, no one would. That is why we have found these steps can save you the hassles and help you to simplify this with just 8 simple and quick steps.
To begin, you will have to download and install the official Dropbox app. Create your account, or log into your existing accounts with your credentials.
Next, install Cloudsend on your Android device. And ensure that the app has been provided permission to access all your files.
Upon returning to the Dropbox app, you will need to provide authorization to Cloudsend to access your files too. You will see that the app creates another folder of the same name.
Now we proceed to send the files. In your file manager, browse to the file that you want to send until you see 'Cloudsend' as an option.
On selecting Cloudsend, the selected file will be uploaded to the folder in Dropbox with the same app name.
The Cloudsend app does not have any certain restrictions to the file size. It allows users to share in two methods. Either share the file directly or provide the link to the respective file.
Clicking on the 'Share' button provides multiple options of sharing to many of the social media platforms as well as other instant messaging app.
Finally, select WhatsApp and specify the contacts to whom you would like to share the file with.