File Photo Mumbai: Popular messaging app WhatsApp will soon provide screen sharing feature to Android device users. According to a report, WhatsApp is testing the screen-sharing feature during video sharing in beta version 18.104.22.168, through which it aims to improve the calling experience. Users will see this new feature of WhatsApp next to the camera switch option during video calling. During video calling, users can stop screen sharing at any time. Also, this feature will be activated only when the app user gives permission for his screen sharing. Soon you will be able to set unique username in WhatsApp Popular messaging app WhatsApp will soon get the option to set username, through which users will be able to set unique username for their account. According to a report, to further improve the user experience and privacy of the people, WhatsApp is working on a new feature, which is in the development phase of beta version 22.214.171.124. Users can find this new feature of WhatsApp in the profile section of the app’s settings. After this, instead of relying on the mobile number to identify the WhatsApp account, you will also be able to choose the option of a unique username. Also read WhatsApp recently introduced message editing and chat locking feature WhatsApp recently introduced message editing and chat locking feature. In the message edit feature, users can edit the sent message for up to 15 minutes. Also, through the Chat Lock feature, users can lock any group or individual chat. After enabling this feature, users will be able to access their chats using device PIN or biometric lock only.